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translate

verb   /trænzˈleɪt/ ( present participle translating, past tense and past participle translated)
B1 to change words from one language to another traducir We were asked to translate a list of sentences.
translator noun /trænzˈleɪ·tər/
traductor, -ora a Japanese translator
(Definition of translate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

translate

verb /trӕnsˈleit/
to put (something said or written) into another language traducir He translated the book from French into English.
translation noun
the act of translating traducción The translation of poetry is difficult.
a version of a book, something said etc, in another language traducción He gave me an Italian translation of the Bible.
translator noun
a person who translates traductor a freelance translator.
(Definition of translate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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