[ trans-ley-ter, tranz-, trans-ley-ter, tranz- ]SEE DEFINITION OF translator
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To these two gentlemen the translator is under deep obligations.

The translator had apparently known little of mining and not too much of Latin.

Indeed the task of the translator of passions into speech may be pronounced "too difficult."

Bellon was an assiduous hackney writer and translator of the day.

A translator can have but one aim—to present the thought of the author faithfully.

It is curious that this volume should have waited so long for a translator.

As regards the translator, existing circumstances were not encouraging.

But beyond this there was little to encourage the translator.

The aims of the translator were also clarified by definition of his audience.

The Palace of Pleasure, as enlarged by the Translator, is now reprinted.