1 something that is or has been translated, esp. a written text
2 the act of translating or the state of being translated
3 (Maths) a transformation in which the origin of a coordinate system is moved to another position so that each axis retains the same direction or, equivalently, a figure or curve is moved so that it retains the same orientation to the axes
n the adoption by one language of a phrase or compound word whose components are literal translations of the components of a corresponding phrase or compound in a foreign language
English ``superman'' from German ``Übermensch.'' (Also called)
n the production of text in one natural language from that in another by means of computer procedures
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