translation

[ trans-ley-shuh n, tranz- ]SEE DEFINITION OF translation
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The play is simply superb, in spite of the faults of the translation.

Adams answered, "he had never read any translation of the classicks."

The text of that edition has been used for the present translation.

Some examples from both are given in the notes to this translation.

The service was in Hebrew: but I had a book with a translation of it.

Still, as we say, there is good verse in Surrey's translation.

When he was seventy-two, he began his translation of Homer, which occupied him for six years.

In the translation the play on words is indicated by the Latin names.

The basis of the present translation is a MS. on vellum apparently of about the year 1200.

If Halleck had brains, he could not have an hour leisure for translation.

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