transliterate

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İngilizce - Türkçe
karakter dönüştürmek
karakter değiştirmek
başka alfabeyle yaz
{f} into (bir dile ait bir yazıyı) (başka bir dilin harfleriyle) yazmak: Can you transliterate this Turkish word into Arabic characters? Bu
{f} başka dilde yazmak
{f} başka alfabe ile yazmak
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) damga değiştirmek
transliteration
(Bilgisayar) damga çevirisi
transliteration
transkripsiyon
transliteration
harf çevirisi
to transliterate
karakter dönüştürmek
to transliterate
karakter değiştirmek
transliteration
(isim) başka alfabeyle yazma
transliteration
başka alfabeyle yazma
transliteration
transliterasyon
İngilizce - İngilizce
To represent letters or words in the characters of another alphabet, script, or in semantic equivalent words of another language
to write a word, sentence etc in the alphabet of a different language or writing system (trans- + littera )
To write in letters of another language
rewrite in a different script; "The Sanskrit text had to be transliterated"
To express or represent in the characters of another alphabet; as, to transliterate Sanskrit words by means of English letters
This is to write in English letters from Hebrew and Greek letters Actually, it can mean writing words from any alphabet in another alphabet
rewrite in a different script; "The Sanskrit text had to be transliterated
{f} write or spell in the alphabet of another language
To represent letters or words in the characters of another alphabet or script
  To convert the characters of one alphabet to the corresponding characters of another alphabet
transliterated
Represented in the characters of another alphabet
transliterated
Simple past tense and past participle of transliterate
transliteration
The act or product of rendering speech in sign language, or vice versa
transliteration
The act or product of transliterating, or of representing letters or words in the characters of another alphabet or script
transliterated
past of transliterate
transliterates
third-person singular of transliterate
transliterating
present participle of transliterate
transliteration
The act or product of transliterating, or of representing words of a language by means of the characters of another alphabet or script
transliteration
The act or product of transliterating, or of expressing words of a language by means of the characters of another alphabet
transliteration
pra_ugam -- where _ here is the meta-sign for vowel hiatus and " " is the punctuation mark transliterating the danda, |
transliteration
The translation of text from one writing into another where the writing conventions of the target writing system are applied The transliterated text should read naturally in the target script
transliteration
a transcription from one alphabet to another
transliteration
A letter-for-letter or sound-for-letter spelling of a word to represent a word in another language
transliteration
The action of rendering the letters or characters of one alphabet into those of another
transliteration
A representation of the characters of some alphabetic script (the "source script") by the characters of some other script (the "target script") A strict transliteration is uniquely reversible and allows recreating of the original writing A strict transliteration need not be a 1: 1 mapping of characters A source character may be mapped (1: n) into a sequence of several target characters (a code word) without losing sequential reversibility if the Fano condition is satisfied
transliteration
{i} writing that is in the characters of another alphabet
transliteration
The representation of characters or words of one language by corresponding characters of words of another language The usual practice is to romanize, that is, to transliterate into roman characters Books in Cyrillic and East Asian scripts are cataloged in BobCat in romanized form Books in Semitic scripts are cataloged in RLIN in vernacular form and the romanized portions are loaded into Advance
transliteration
A systematic way to convert characters in one alphabet or phonetic sounds into another alphabet
transliterate