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descrizione parola per " traduzione "
  • trasferimento del contenuto di uno scritto dalla lingua originale in un'altra
  • versione di un testo
  • * abbiamo letto la 'traduzione' dell'Iliade
  • trasferimento di un imputato da una prigione al tribunale o di un condannato da un carcere ad un altro
  • uso dell'informazione genetica contenuta nell'RNA messaggero per formare proteine
  • riscrizione di un programma in un altro linguaggio di programmazione

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  • I 'programmed' a small game as a demonstration.
  • Because she was so far behind the pack, she got 'lost' in the forest.
  • Deep beneath the ocean, the Titanic was 'lost' to the world.
  • He got a 'loan' of five thousand lang=en
  • All 'loans' from the library, whether books or audio material, must be returned within two lang=en
  • He made a payment on his lang=en
  • Thank you for the 'loan' of your lawn lang=en
  • 'Enjoy' your holidays!   I 'enjoy' dancing.
  • I plan to go travelling while I still 'enjoy' good health.
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  • The performance showed 'technical' virtuosity, but lacked inspiration.
  • The market had a 'technical' rally, due to an oversold condition.
  • Today is the child of 'yesterday' and the parent of lang=en
  • 'Yesterday' was rainy, but by this morning it had begun to lang=en
  • 'yesterday's' lang=en
  • I started to watch the video 'yesterday', but could only finish it this evening.
  • I want this done 'yesterday'!
  • Her presentation 'pleased' the executives.
  • I'm 'pleased' to see you've been behaving yourself.
  • Just do as you 'please'.
  • 'Please', pass the bread.
  • Would you 'please' sign this form?
  • Could you tell me the time, 'please'?
  • —May I help you? —'Please'.
  • Oh, 'please', do we have to hear that again?
  • You can't hit it directly, but maybe if you give it some 'english'.
  • Her presentation 'pleased' the executives.
  • I'm 'pleased' to see you've been behaving yourself.
  • Just do as you 'please'.
  • The children were soon 'lost' in the forest.
  • an island 'lost' in a fog; a person 'lost' in a crowd
  • a 'lost' limb; 'lost' honour
  • a 'lost' day; a 'lost' opportunity or benefit
  • a ship 'lost' at sea; a woman 'lost' to virtue; a 'lost' soul
  • 'lost' to shame; 'lost' to all sense of honour
  • to be 'lost' in thought
  • I started to watch the video 'yesterday', but could only finish it this evening.
  • I want this done 'yesterday'!
  • Our 'program' for today’s exercise class includes swimming and jogging.
  • The 'program' consisted of ads for restaurants and the credits of everyone connected with the play.
  • Tonight’s 'program' was hosted by Johnny Carson.
  • The 'program' runs on both Linux and Microsoft Windows.