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re·trans·late

 (rē′trăns-lāt′, -trănz-, rē-trăns′lāt′, -trănz′-)
tr.v. re·trans·lat·ed, re·trans·lat·ing, re·trans·lates
1. To translate (something already translated) in different wording or into a different language.
2. To change the form of (something) into something new.

re′trans·la′tion n.

retranslate

(ˌriːtrænsˈleɪt)
vb (tr)
(Linguistics) to translate (something that has already been translated)

retranslate


Past participle: retranslated
Gerund: retranslating

Imperative
retranslate
retranslate
Present
I retranslate
you retranslate
he/she/it retranslates
we retranslate
you retranslate
they retranslate
Preterite
I retranslated
you retranslated
he/she/it retranslated
we retranslated
you retranslated
they retranslated
Present Continuous
I am retranslating
you are retranslating
he/she/it is retranslating
we are retranslating
you are retranslating
they are retranslating
Present Perfect
I have retranslated
you have retranslated
he/she/it has retranslated
we have retranslated
you have retranslated
they have retranslated
Past Continuous
I was retranslating
you were retranslating
he/she/it was retranslating
we were retranslating
you were retranslating
they were retranslating
Past Perfect
I had retranslated
you had retranslated
he/she/it had retranslated
we had retranslated
you had retranslated
they had retranslated
Future
I will retranslate
you will retranslate
he/she/it will retranslate
we will retranslate
you will retranslate
they will retranslate
Future Perfect
I will have retranslated
you will have retranslated
he/she/it will have retranslated
we will have retranslated
you will have retranslated
they will have retranslated
Future Continuous
I will be retranslating
you will be retranslating
he/she/it will be retranslating
we will be retranslating
you will be retranslating
they will be retranslating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been retranslating
you have been retranslating
he/she/it has been retranslating
we have been retranslating
you have been retranslating
they have been retranslating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been retranslating
you will have been retranslating
he/she/it will have been retranslating
we will have been retranslating
you will have been retranslating
they will have been retranslating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been retranslating
you had been retranslating
he/she/it had been retranslating
we had been retranslating
you had been retranslating
they had been retranslating
Conditional
I would retranslate
you would retranslate
he/she/it would retranslate
we would retranslate
you would retranslate
they would retranslate
Past Conditional
I would have retranslated
you would have retranslated
he/she/it would have retranslated
we would have retranslated
you would have retranslated
they would have retranslated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.retranslate - translate again
translate, interpret, render - restate (words) from one language into another language; "I have to translate when my in-laws from Austria visit the U.S."; "Can you interpret the speech of the visiting dignitaries?"; "She rendered the French poem into English"; "He translates for the U.N."
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