Pronunciation of Translate
/t_ɹ_a_n_s_l_ˈeɪ_t/, /tɹanslˈe͡ɪt/, /tɹanslˈeɪt/
Antonyms for translate:
mis-leading, reproduce, mis quoted, be lying, co-loring, mis interprets, tampered with, dis-torts, dis tort, tamper with, preserve, mis quote, tampering with, mis quotes, mis-quoted, be-lying, stagnate, confuse, mis-interpreted, misquote, be lied, mis lead, quote, mis states, mis-interprets, transcribe, obscure, mis-quote, echo, mis-stated, mis-quotes, garble, mis quoting, remove, mis-leads, copy, be-lied, mis-stating, mis-quoting, co loring, take, repeat, mis interpreted, mis-state, dis torts, keep, mis stated, tampers with, mis-lead, mis interpreting, mis-states, mis leading, complicate, mystify, misquotes, remain, dis-tort.
Usage examples for translate:
- The boys were obliged to translate from Latin into French and from French into Latin. - "Lafayette", Martha Foote Crow.
Idioms for translate:
- translate sth ( from sth) ( to sth);
Quotes for translate:
Rhymes for translate:
- hate, weight, rait, slate, great, late, ate, chait, hait, streight, fete, straight, aydt, tate, gate, plait, trait, date, kate, skate, waite, speight, gait, rate, strait, state, wayt, fate, bate, plate, spate, cate, crate, mate, bait, taitt, nate, fait, freight, grate, pait, pate, prate, eight, sate, wait, tait;
- est, postdate, deflate, create, irate, lightweight, restate, predate, elate, debate, estate, misstate, negate, gestate, reflate, update, belate, ornate, tri-state, abate, relate, await, inflate, kuwait, sedate, conflate, dilate, upstate, dictate, innate, collate, oblate, equate, berate, prorate;
- overweight, solid-state, reinstate, overrate, conjugate, desecrate, underrate, silverplate, intrastate, procreate, interstate;
- interrelate, demodulate, remunerate, recriminate;