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transliterate

[ trans-lit-uh-reyt, tranz- ]SEE DEFINITION OF transliterate
  • as inrender
  • as intranscribe
  • as intranslate
  • as indo

Synonyms for transliterate

  • deliver
  • interpret
  • reproduce
  • construe
  • paraphrase
  • pass
  • put
  • restate
  • reword
  • state
  • transcribe
  • transpose
  • turn
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Antonyms for transliterate

  • take
  • cloud
  • conceal
  • confuse
  • fail
  • obscure
  • remove
  • suppress
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRANSLITERATE

The 114 author is apparently unable to transliterate properly the Old English names.

WORD ORIGIN

"to write a word in the characters of another alphabet," 1861, apparently coined by German philologist Max Müller (1823-1900), from trans- "across" (see trans-) + Latin littera (also litera) "letter, character" (see letter).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TRANSLITERATE

did

verbfigure out, solve
  • adapt
  • decipher
  • decode
  • interpret
  • puzzle out
  • render
  • resolve
  • translate
  • transliterate
  • transpose
  • work out

dost

verbfigure out, solve
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