126 Answered Questions for the topic Translation
Find the matrix that performs this translation.
This problem will walk through the process of rotating by 90 degrees counterclockwise around the point (3, 5). Our strategy for rotation around the point (3, 5) will be to begin with a vector whose... more
How to write an article in Spanish well?
An article in Spanish must be understandable by the audience of any country. It is a single language with many characteristics but well written no matter what country your audience reads it.
Why was "Notre Dame de Paris" changed from "Notre Dame of Paris" to "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" when it was re-published in English?
In the foreword to my copy of *The Hunchback of Notre Dame*, Elizabeth Massie writes this:> Victor Hugo's early novel, *Notre Dame de Paris*, published in 1831 and set in medieval Paris of 1482,... more
How are multilingual scenes handled when the story's main language is translated into that of its minor one?
Say you have an English book in which there is a particular dialogue where one of a handful of participating characters is speaking French. In this dialogue the fact that he's speaking French is a... more
I am not a native English speaker. My writing has many mistakes all the time. What can I do?
Do two compatible tRNA codons bond together?
Can two tRNA with complementary anti-codons link together? For instance UUU with AAA. If not, why not?
Do publishers really need to translate between UK and US English?
Is there really a need for a book to be translated from UK to US English? I'm nearing completion on my own great work, and just want to know if it is truly worth doing a British and an American... more
Historical Fiction: using you and thou?
Generally speaking, English once used 'you' as the second person plural (equivalent to 'vous' and 'vós') and 'thou' as the second person singular (equivalent to 'tu'). When talking to a... more
Why is an allele dominant or recessive?
Alleles refer to duplicate genes, where one allele can be dominant over the other. What makes an allele dominant or recessive, given that both code for a single protein?.
Determine original language of the movie?
Sometimes I want to watch some movie in its original language i.e. without translation.For some movies, it's pretty easy. For example, - Antonioni's _[Blowup](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blowup)_... more
Is "diversified" really a suitable translation for what Germans call "abwechslungsreich"?
I need a word to describe a meeting or conference or other event which was the opposite of boring due to the variation of activities there.* German language has *abwechslungsreich*, literally... more
How do I say "He already went to do X for me", implying he is still in the process of X, not finished?
The other day at some festival a few japanese friends asked me something to the effect of アイスを買ってくるけど、行く？ But I had already asked a friend, who had not yet returned, to get some for me. So I... more
Term describing the practice of anticipating dangers while driving?
When one is driving a car (or any other vehicle for that matter) there is a German term that describes the practice trying to predict situations that might occur. When attempting to translate it I... more
ち suffix I've never heard of before?
Ok, so I've been reading よつばと recently, and I've been seeing a suffix coming up that I cannot seem to find a meaning for. It's not in any dictionary, and I'm not sure if it's a name suffix, or some... more
Transport of newly synthesized proteins to cellular organelles?
In the nucleus the DNA is transcribed and processed to mRNA which is translated into proteins in the cytoplasm. What happens between the time a protein is made and that when it reaches the cellular... more
Should I use the preposition before the infinitive verb form?
I am a bit confused about using the infinitive of verbs.For example: He used a map to find the village.Should I translate this as Ha usato una mappa trovare il villaggio.OR Ha usato una mappa a... more
Italian verb for "to hash" in computer?
I'm looking for a single verb that translates *to hash* in the context of computers. Eg.> Passwords in the database are **hashed** with SHA256that translated is something like> Le password... more
Andare + present gerund in ~1740's Italian?
Italian newbie here, so forgive me if this is a simple question. I've got an Italian book review of something by Voltaire, written about 1740. Here's a brief part of it:> Egli in 25 capitoli va... more
Translation from "I love you to death" to "ti amo da morire" doesn't seem correct?
In English we say `"I love you to death"`. It's a kind of cute way of saying `"you mean something very profound to me"`, it's lighthearted and yet meaningful.I'm trying to say this to a girl I... more
Word for a small taste of drink?
My Italian family members will use a word that sounds like "spudatza" to refer to a small taste of a drink."Would you like to try this wine?""Just a spudatza"What word is this?
What does "v'ha" mean?
In Felice Romani's libretto *Il Pirata*, there is a line that I'm having trouble translating / understanding. V'ha un Nume protettor Della sventura.I showed this to my native-Italian aunt... more
Understanding the usage of もう with present tense verbs?
I think when a lot of people first learn もう it's as "already', right? There's also the meanings of "anymore", "soon", "now", "more', "another" and its use as an interjection. That's a lot of... more
Meaning of 'gobbo' / 'gobbi'?
The dictionary says 'gobbo' (noun) means a hunchback.I was watching this video of Mourinho after the Juve game:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Z5Qm9CIYHkA comment underneath says:> Godo come un... more
Vocabolo italiano per "trading"?
Qualcuno sa dirmi una parola italiana per "trading", inteso come compravendita/scambio di strumenti finanziari.Per esempio, in espressioni come *trading platform*, *trading commissions*, e cos via.... more
What is 〜からです and when is it used? How does it differ from 〜ですから and 〜んです?
I have seen this expression a few times, and have never quite understood it. In particular, it seems to be equatable both to ですから and to んです, but I can't figure out where it would be used over... more