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Authorized Version the English translation of the Bible authorized by King James I and published in England in 1611; King James Bible.
calque a word adopted into one language from another through the translation of each root or morpheme of the foreign word.
construe an interpretation or translation. [1/6 definitions]
Douay Bible an English translation of the Bible, based on the Vulgate and completed in 1610, that was the officially approved text of the Roman Catholic Church.
FORTRAN a computer language using mathematical notation and used in scientific problems (acronym for "formula translation").
garble to mix up, distort, or confuse (a message, translation, or the like); cause to be disordered or unintelligible. [1/3 definitions]
gloss2 an explanatory note, such as a translation of an unusual, foreign, or technical expression, placed between the lines or in the margin of a text or manuscript. [1/3 definitions]
interlinear having such insertions, as a text in one language printed in lines that alternate with the lines of its translation. [1/2 definitions]
interpretation a translation from one language into another. [1/4 definitions]
machine language a computer language that presents information and instructions in symbols used directly by the computer with no translation.
New English Bible a translation of the Bible into modern idiomatic English based upon ancient Greek and other sources, that was published between 1961 and 1970.
original that from which a copy or translation can be made. [1/7 definitions]
papyrology the study and translation of papyrus manuscripts.
rendering a translation into another language. [1/3 definitions]
rendition a translation from one language to another. [1/2 definitions]
Revised Standard Version the most widely accepted modern English translation of the Bible, based on Hebrew and Greek texts and used mainly by Protestants.
Rosetta stone anything that serves as a key to transcription, translation, or some previously indecipherable mystery. [1/2 definitions]
Septuagint a translation of the Old Testament from Hebrew into Greek, done in the third century B.C.
subtitle a translation of the spoken dialogue of a foreign-language film, displayed at the bottom of the screen. [1/4 definitions]
trans. abbreviation of "translated," "translation," or "translator."
transcribe to adapt by translation into another language. [1/4 definitions]