英 [træns'leɪʃ(ə)n; trɑːns-; -nz-]
CET4 TEM4 考 研 CET6
- translation (n.)
- mid-14c., "removal of a saint's body or relics to a new place," also "rendering of a text from one language to another," from Old French translacion "translation" of text, also of the bones of a saint, etc. (12c.) or directly from Latin translationem (nominative translatio) "a carrying across, removal, transporting; transfer of meaning," noun of action from past participle stem of transferre (see transfer (v.)).
- 1. A literal translation of the name Tapies is "walls."
- 2. The papers have been sent to Saudi Arabia for translation.
- 3. When a book goes into translation, all those linguistic subtleties get lost.
- 4. French filmmakers say American remakes are losing something in the translation.
- 5. Much of the wit is lost in translation.
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