translationtrænsˈleɪ ʃən, trænz-
translation, interlingual rendition, rendering, version (noun)
a written communication in a second language having the same meaning as the written communication in a first language
a uniform movement without rotation
transformation, translation (noun)
the act of changing in form or shape or appearance
"a photograph is a translation of a scene onto a two-dimensional surface"
(mathematics) a transformation in which the origin of the coordinate system is moved to another position but the direction of each axis remains the same
(genetics) the process whereby genetic information coded in messenger RNA directs the formation of a specific protein at a ribosome in the cytoplasm
rewording something in less technical terminology
translation, displacement (noun)
the act of uniform movement
The act of converting or translating (text from one language to another).
The end result of translating text.
Translation of forces in a gearbox.
Motion of a body on a linear path, without deformation or rotation, i.e. such that every part of the body moves at the same speed and in the same direction; also (in physics), the linear motion of a body considered independently of its rotation.
A process occurring in the ribosome, in which a strand of messenger RNA (mRNA) guides assembly of a sequence of amino acids to make a protein.
Translation is the communication of the meaning of a source-language text by means of an equivalent target-language text. Whereas interpreting undoubtedly antedates writing, translation began only after the appearance of written literature; there exist partial translations of the Sumerian Epic of Gilgamesh into Southwest Asian languages of the second millennium BCE. Translators always risk inappropriate spill-over of source-language idiom and usage into the target-language translation. On the other hand, spill-overs have imported useful source-language calques and loanwords that have enriched the target languages. Indeed, translators have helped substantially to shape the languages into which they have translated. Due to the demands of business documentation consequent to the Industrial Revolution that began in the mid-18th century, some translation specialties have become formalized, with dedicated schools and professional associations. Because of the laboriousness of translation, since the 1940s engineers have sought to automate translation or to mechanically aid the human translator. The rise of the Internet has fostered a world-wide market for translation services and has facilitated language localization.
Bahasa Indonesia Definitions:
alih ba·ha·sa n pengalihan makna atau amanat dr bahasa tertentu ke dl bahasa lain; penerjemahan;
meng·a·lih·ba·ha·sa·kan v menerjemahkan;
peng·a·lih ba·ha·sa n orang yg menerjemahkan;
peng·a·lih·ba·ha·sa·an n proses, cara, perbuatan mengalihbahasakan (menerjemahkan)