- v. 翻译；解释；转移；调动
- vt. & vi. 翻译; 解释; 转化 express in another language; interpret; take to be the meaning or significance
restate (words) from one language into another language;
"I have to translate when my in-laws from Austria visit the U.S."
"Can you interpret the speech of the visiting dignitaries?"
"She rendered the French poem into English"
"He translates for the U.N."
change from one form or medium into another;
"Braque translated collage into oil"
make sense of a language;
"She understands French"
"Can you read Greek?"
bring to a certain spiritual state
change the position of (figures or bodies) in space without rotation
be equivalent in effect;
"the growth in income translates into greater purchasing power"
be translatable, or be translatable in a certain way;
"poetry often does not translate"
"Tolstoy's novels translate well into English"
subject to movement in which every part of the body moves parallel to and the same distance as every other point on the body
express, as in simple and less technical language;
"Can you translate the instructions in this manual for a layman?"
"Is there a need to translate the psychiatrist's remarks?"
determine the amino-acid sequence of a protein during its synthesis by using information on the messenger RNA
- I need to translate it into English.
- Be you plan to translate the novel?
- I translate his silence as a protest.
- It is hard to translate the animal's behaviour .
- We should translate the schemes into actions.
- He was translated to the Ministry of Defence.
- In class the teacher asked him to translate.
- It came to his turn to translate.
- Poetry does not translate easily.
- The poems don't translate well.
- Not every idiom translates with such ease.
- Professor Smith translated quite a few books.
- Can you translate the card?
- He translated them word for word as best as he could.
- Can you translate her smile?
- The Manifesto of the Communist Party was translated by Cheng Fangwu.《
- We translated his silence as a protest.
- Your visit was translated as a compliment.
- Man's happiness is translated as something of luck.
- translate for (v.+prep.)
为…进行翻译 change (words) from ( usually another language) for sb
translate for sb
A guide translated for the tourists.
导游为观光者进行翻译。translate sth for sb
Can you translate this article for me?
- translate from (v.+prep.)
译自; (把…)从…译成 change (words) from (usually another language)
translate sth from sth
This French book is translated from Latin.
It was translated from Japanese.
它译自日语。translate from sth into sth
He translates from Arabic into English.
他将阿拉伯文译成英文。translate sth from sth into sth
Please translate this article from Chinese into English.
The book has been translated from French into English.
- translate into (v.+prep.)
把…转化成 change sth into (another form); express (a thought) in (action)
translate into sth
I can read Spanish but can't translate into it.
我能阅读西班牙语,但不能翻译成西班牙语。translate sth into sth
Can you translate French into English?
Please translate the medical diagnosis into terms I can understand.
It is said that this book has been translated into many languages.
His theorem can be translated into simple terms.
他的定理可用更简单的术语来解释。translate sth into sth
If we get elected we will be able to translate our ideas into action.
- translate to (v.+prep.)
(把…)转移到…; (把某人)调到… shift sb/sth to another place
translate sb/sth to sth
He translated the fight to the public arena.
Mr. Jones demanded to be translated to the countryside.
The priest has recently been translated to another area.
A fine play has been superlatively translated to the screen.
- translate well 译得好
- translate easily 容易翻译
- translate exactly 确切地翻译
- translate faithfully 忠实地翻译
- translate fluently 流畅地翻译
- translate freely 意译
- translate idiomatically 翻译得地道
- translate literally 直译
- translate mechanically 死译,机械地翻译
- translate skillfully 熟练地翻译
First bishop of Worcester, and soon after..translated to Winchester.出自： G. Burnet
- translate后接介词into表示“把…翻译成…”“把…转化为…”; 后接介词短语from...into...表示“(把…)从…翻译成为…”; 后接介词to表示“调某人到…”。
- translate, interpret
- interpret主要指“口译”; translate主要指“笔译”。
- ☆ 14世纪初期进入英语，直接源自古法语的translater；最初源自拉丁语的translatus，意为带过来。