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Pronunciation:

[t_ɹ_a_n_s_l_ˈeɪ_ʃ_ə_n], [tɹanslˈe͡ɪʃən], [tɹanslˈe‍ɪʃən]
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Synonyms for Translation:

interpretation (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Translation:

  • traslation,
  • transpotion,
  • transction,
  • ttransaction,
  • transalation,
  • transcition,
  • transcation,
  • reinstalation,
  • tranistion,
  • trasnaltion,
  • transplanation,
  • transistioned,
  • trransaction,
  • tranzaction,
  • transitioin,
  • tranasction,
  • transection,
  • transciption,
  • transitition,
  • trasnlations,
  • transelvainian,
  • transmition,
  • transracial,
  • trasnsition,
  • tranporation,
  • transiition,
  • tranaslation,
  • transinion,
  • trainstion,
  • transaxtion,
  • transltions,
  • tranisition,
  • translateing,
  • transanction,
  • trasistion,
  • transtion,
  • tanslation,
  • transaktion,
  • transmssion,
  • translatetion,
  • trasmition,
  • trnasaction,
  • trandlation,
  • transation,
  • transilation,
  • trasnsaction,
  • transistioning,
  • translyvania,
  • transacation,
  • tranpsotation,
  • translatation,
  • transcaction,
  • transulation,
  • trasnition,
  • transactiona,
  • transisiton,
  • trasanction,
  • transuction,
  • transsaction,
  • tranpostation,
  • transactioin,
  • transacction,
  • transimition,
  • transilvania,
  • transtition,
  • trancition,
  • tranlsation,
  • trainsition,
  • transistion,
  • transittion,
  • transsition,
  • transortation,
  • mistranslation,
  • transisition,
  • trainstation,
  • thetransaction,
  • tranlation,
  • tranpotation,
  • transelvania,
  • trasalation,
  • transaltion,
  • trnasition,
  • translantion,
  • tranascation,
  • transltion,
  • transaltions,
  • trnsition,
  • thransaction,
  • transission,
  • translatin,
  • tranclation,
  • trabnsition,
  • transration,
  • transsision,
  • transormation,
  • transgession,
  • transeccion,
  • transunion,
  • trtansition,
  • trannslyvania,
  • transracially,
  • translusive,
  • transision,
  • ranslation,
  • transntion,
  • trnsalation,
  • trnaslation,
  • translattion,
  • transplantion,
  • trasnlation,
  • trancaction,
  • trnsaction,
  • transalations,
  • transillumination,
  • traqnsaction,
  • stranglation,
  • trabsaction,
  • transaaction,
  • transletive,
  • tranzition,
  • transstion,
  • translaiton,
  • tringulation,
  • tranlsating,
  • trasnaction,
  • tranasaction,
  • tracsaction,
  • transpaction,
  • transialtion,
  • translogic,
  • transylvian.

Rhymes for Translation:

  1. integration, proliferation, appreciation, divination, improvisation, escalation, hesitation, preservation, extermination, annexation, obfuscation, formulation, organization, meditation, oscillation, classification, education, expectation, implementation, maximization, assimilation, reaffirmation, dehydration, industrialization, temptation, dedication, explanation, exfoliation, disorganization, overvaluation, conjugation, sanitation, continuation, deforestation, refutation, devastation, derivation, premeditation, arbitration, imagination, radiation, relaxation, solicitation, dictation, revocation, liberalization, desalination, imputation, dissertation, incarceration, excitation, exhalation, inhabitation, retaliation, jubilation, commemoration, valuation, coagulation, association, usurpation, reparation, clarification, desiccation, toleration, anticipation, monopolization, sanctification, litigation, foundation, emanation, limitation, conversation, recuperation, prognostication, pagination, annotation, hospitalization, dramatization, denunciation, dissociation, collaboration, orchestration, representation, coloration, configuration, termination, incrimination, desalinization, preoccupation, inoculation, incantation, excommunication, stagnation, notification, confiscation, altercation, elimination, resignation, incubation, investigation, decontamination, devaluation, provocation, transplantation, exasperation, fascination, respiration, reincarnation, inhalation, inauguration, habitation, evaporation, emulation, irradiation, naturalization, admiration, mitigation, generation, certification, cultivation, affirmation, negotiation, realization, medication, segmentation, amputation, humiliation, alienation, relocation, denomination, desecration, multiplication, dissipation, cremation, invalidation, oxidation, dispensation, deification, croatian, visitation, deportation, manifestation, examination, disinclination, exhortation, facilitation, detonation, lactation, stalinization, convocation, automation, rectification, deregulation, machination, quantification, documentation, expiration, consecration, deviation, segregation, retardation, damnation, punctuation, exacerbation, degradation, miscalculation, generalization, sedation, vindication, corporation, urbanization, capitulation, exhilaration, cohabitation, exploration, communization, mediation, implication, saturation, figuration, corroboration, procrastination, simplification, revelation, elongation, cogitation, disembarkation, germination, conglomeration, substantiation, assassination, vacation, mechanization, discoloration, concatenation, ratification, confirmation, privation, authorization, evaluation, coordination, decoration, alteration, incapacitation, hallucination, aviation, interpretation, consternation, intimidation, gestation, inundation, reverberation, vilification, oration, repatriation, situation, renunciation, authentication, diversification, affectation, cooperation, mutation, celebration, installation, concentration, notation, modernization, dissemination, identification, harmonization, appropriation, deformation, rationalization, amelioration, congregation, conciliation, flirtation, glaciation, enumeration, vaporization, illustration, purification, stimulation, sequestration, recommendation, starvation, fertilization, collectivization, ostentation, fluctuation, operation, immunization, narration, frustration, intimation, reservation, ministration, correlation, reputation, gyration, cancellation, masturbation, compilation, commercialization, suffocation, overpopulation, electrification, globalization, permutation, categorization, contamination, irrigation, impregnation, subsidization, condensation, hybridization, rotation, subordination, occupation, compensation, irritation, nullification, victimization, congratulation, misinterpretation, misapplication, inspiration, palpitation, miscreation, speculation, location, infiltration, tabulation, consummation, recantation, decapitation, reunification, protestation, observation, federation, coronation, implantation, domestication, variation, stabilization, conflagration, revaluation, differentiation, simulation, adjudication, ovation, procreation, summation, foliation, bifurcation, incarnation, dislocation, repudiation, confederation, predestination, isolation, population, optimization, reiteration, strangulation, fumigation, reallocation, westernization, manipulation, reclamation, rejuvenation, invocation, preparation, reformation, fermentation, mummification, creation, ovulation, levitation, qualification, restoration, triangulation, gratification, inactivation, reexamination, demonstration, disinflation, origination, domination, deprivation, neutralization, sedimentation, justification, illumination, deceleration, fixation, embarkation, flotation, nomination, legalization, innovation, denationalization, unification, liberation, deliberation, exploitation, specialization, initiation, remuneration, aggravation, fragmentation, civilization, salvation, immigration, propagation, adaptation, reconciliation, equalization, marginalization, approbation, edification, deflation, argumentation, misappropriation, infatuation, perforation, discrimination, organisation, appellation, reorganization, duration, regulation, desegregation, graduation, normalization, undervaluation, amplification, self-congratulation, participation, evacuation, pollination, depredation, transformation, menstruation, taxation, distillation, unionization, insubordination, alleviation, vulgarization, exclamation, invitation, renovation, agitation, malformation, falsification, excavation, incrustation, constellation, glorification, annihilation, approximation, application, modification, transportation, separation, perspiration, hibernation, pasteurization, experimentation, magnification, allocation, violation, elevation, relation, affiliation, exhumation, reinvigoration, amalgamation, infestation, centralization, refrigeration, disputation, pronunciation, libration, disorientation, constipation, vacillation, fabrication, verification, gravitation, perturbation, computation, recitation, navigation, imitation, vibration, calculation, ornamentation, inflation, motivation, avocation, corp, degeneration, expatriation, publication, stipulation, articulation, modulation, resuscitation, consolation, equitation, amortization, complication, agglomeration, estimation, utilization, elation, exoneration, pacification, combination, instigation, fluoridation, vaccination, destabilization, calibration, profanation, aspiration, sensation, miniaturization, interrogation, information, pigmentation, confabulation, legislation, registration, allegation, validation, granulation, indentation, demoralization, consultation, visualization, emigration, conservation, personification, specification, misrepresentation, mobilization, perpetuation, liquidation, condemnation, duplication, fortification, importation, codification, proclamation, exaggeration, regeneration, localization, molestation, presentation, ramification, impersonation, expropriation, destination, demarcation, instrumentation, magnetization, culmination, dalmatian, consolidation, colonization, desperation, trepidation, precipitation, sterilization, emancipation, disintegration, criminalization, indignation, discontinuation, quotation, moderation, dehumanization, standardization, recreation, obligation, ejaculation, augmentation, insinuation, commendation, nationalization, echolocation, elaboration, incoordination, ionization, demobilization, tribulation, animation, reconsideration, depreciation, intonation, contemplation, eradication, polarization, maturation, determination, dilation, declaration, vocation, rumination, gradation, reforestation, inflammation, ordination, privatization, revitalization, indication, socialization, ossification, vegetation, dilatation, connotation, adulation, donation, characterization, delineation, desolation, defamation, nonproliferation, democratization, rehabilitation, lubrication, equivocation, orientation, delegation, intoxication, confrontation, replication, sophistication, evocation, consideration, ventilation, insulation, inclination, formation, accumulation, incorporation, negation, communication, remediation, indemnification, designation, adoration, plantation, decentralization, popularization, prostration, titillation, demonization;
  2. station, ration, nation;
  3. cessation, causation, citation, carnation, castration, alsatian, cetacean;
  4. abrogation, activation, aberration, abdication, accusation, acclimation;
  5. accommodation, abbreviation, accreditation, acceleration, abomination;
  6. capitalization, alphabetization;
  7. demilitarization, decriminalization, americanization;
  8. internationalization;

Quotes for Translation:

  1. Nor ought a genius less than his that writ attempt translation John Denham.
  2. Translation is the art of failure. Umberto Eco.
  3. Where words can be translated into equivalent words, the style of an original can be closely followed; but no translation which aims at being written in normal English can reproduce the style of Aristotle. Gilbert Murray.

Idioms of Translation:

  1. free translation

Adjectives for Translation:

  • simultaneous rough,
  • average, human,
  • original, own,
  • further, hasty,
  • truly plausible,
  • immediate and glib,
  • gut-wrenching vertical,
  • fifth swedish,
  • possibly flawed,
  • vague and possibly flawed,
  • interphenomenal,
  • exact, word-for-word,
  • automatic, literal,
  • ther optimal,
  • literally simultaneous,
  • awkward two-way,
  • heavenly seventeenth-century,
  • rough japanese,
  • frantic hyper,
  • i~fael literal,
  • quial,
  • ael-literal,
  • ill ael-literal,
  • scintillating and accessible,
  • colloquial and complete,
  • piquant new,
  • easy computerized,
  • high-level and sophisticated,
  • fairly high-level and sophisticated,
  • straight derivative,
  • engagingly colloquial,
  • good simultaneous,
  • romantic but woefully inaccurate,
  • pale and somewhat empty,
  • literal and unacknowledged,
  • clear, modern,
  • approximately decent,
  • extant italian,
  • kitáb i aqdas provisional,
  • standard polish,
  • spirited and inimitable,
  • brief literal,
  • extraordinary vicious,
  • proper correct,
  • rough literal,
  • [literal,
  • easy and unpremeditated,
  • various english-language,
  • cheap on-line,
  • major hyper,
  • somewhat idiosyncratic,
  • clear semantic,
  • admirable danish,
  • excellent and pathetic,
  • literal, vigorous,
  • better polish,
  • dry and literal,
  • so-called metrical,
  • flat unemotional,
  • arbitrary conventional,
  • masterful new,
  • fairly high-level,
  • sometimes unsatisfactory,
  • woefully inaccurate,
  • literal scientific,
  • complete, unabridged,
  • suitable french,
  • worst metrical,
  • completely literal,
  • instantaneous and perfect,
  • constant deliberate,
  • poor korean,
  • strict, literal,
  • slender crystalline,
  • simply direct,
  • correct and liberal,
  • simple, free,
  • meticulously exact,
  • partial and provisional,
  • usual roundabout,
  • simple two-dimensional,
  • special privileged,
  • simple literal,
  • private telepathic,
  • always imperfect,
  • full and large,
  • politically savvy,
  • fast mental,
  • lengthy and difficult,
  • truly accurate,
  • notable recent,
  • beautiful free,
  • straight human,
  • careful and constant,
  • best and most recent,
  • best poetic,
  • low-volume,
  • absolutely faithful,
  • somewhat empty,
  • somewhat rugged,
  • own loose,
  • equally quick,
  • highly accurate,
  • clear and intelligible,
  • longhand,
  • poor, feeble,
  • less poetical,
  • present excellent,
  • rather ragged,
  • nearly simultaneous,
  • latest german,
  • highly questionable,
  • careful and accurate,
  • good and cheap,
  • next full,
  • more contemporary,
  • incredibly beautiful,
  • more mystical,
  • fresh and vigorous,
  • equally mysterious,
  • multi-dimensional,
  • more genteel,
  • damned bad,
  • sinhalese,
  • own rude,
  • one-word,
  • almost exact,
  • modal,
  • less satisfactory,
  • less accurate,
  • two-page,
  • gravid,
  • more poetic,
  • on-the-spot,
  • gassy,
  • multilingual,
  • mere verbal,
  • new and original,
  • rather lame,
  • certain poetical,
  • less correct,
  • somewhat indifferent,
  • also french,
  • less great,
  • noble spanish,
  • less laborious,
  • own careless,
  • somewhat weak,
  • contemporary german,
  • equally excellent,
  • more enviable,
  • thoroughly trustworthy,
  • best current,
  • stiff, cold,
  • somewhat unfortunate,
  • own rapid,
  • highly poetical,
  • much-thumbed,
  • less usual,
  • less exact,
  • beautiful poetic,
  • graceful and elegant,
  • absolutely reliable,
  • correct such,
  • complete and satisfactory,
  • late excellent,
  • periphrastic,
  • almost automatic,
  • later german,
  • true and complete,
  • early dutch,
  • tolerably complete,
  • good spanish,
  • reasonably accurate,
  • great elizabethan,
  • original german,
  • own famous,
  • other classical,
  • popular french,
  • truly admirable,
  • highly meritorious,
  • equally bad,
  • earliest extant,
  • later french,
  • uncanonical,
  • rude old,
  • last french,
  • recent german,
  • otherwise excellent,
  • own complete,
  • complete new,
  • rather absurd,
  • unsaleable,
  • well-known french,
  • perfectly satisfactory,
  • own direct,
  • tragi-comic,
  • notarial,
  • ancient german,
  • french or german,
  • more skilled,
  • rather delicate,
  • good modern,
  • tagal,
  • fine french,
  • nearly full,
  • far-out,
  • nearly complete,
  • good new,
  • old gothic,
  • more probable,
  • good and true,
  • ungrammatical,
  • bull-headed,
  • less familiar,
  • entire new,
  • good and faithful,
  • admissible,
  • unsigned,
  • new and different,
  • new german,
  • mere mechanical,
  • semi-official,
  • award-winning,
  • full and complete,
  • highly successful,
  • briefer,
  • more delightful,
  • allowable,
  • epigrammatic,
  • wonder-working,
  • idiosyncratic,
  • leather-bound,
  • textual,
  • french and spanish,
  • real-time continuous,
  • convincing but fraudulent,
  • readable, workable,
  • difficult or most accurate,
  • brief hyper,
  • iferal,
  • rather delicate and tricky,
  • simultaneous pheromonal,
  • parallel pheromonal,
  • pheromonal simultaneous,
  • gradual alpha,
  • adequate two-way,
  • rapid oral,
  • readable poetic,
  • notoriously wretched,
  • dazzling and austere,
  • impromptu impromptu,
  • excellent, exact,
  • full, readable,
  • fair and literal,
  • fair or even good,
  • noblest and most spirited,
  • effective literal,
  • tolerably literal,
  • spanish metrical,
  • often obscure and ungrammatical,
  • trustworthy and excellent,
  • thoroughly trustworthy and excellent,
  • able metrical,
  • inefficient and rather absurd,
  • arbitrary and literal,
  • automatic and silent,
  • tolerable european,
  • accurate german,
  • original abbreviated,
  • literal but unmetrical,
  • literal and picturesque,
  • extremely literal and picturesque,
  • elegant and faithful,
  • best and most exact,
  • strictly word-for-word,
  • spirited but free,
  • vivid and racy,
  • absurdly premature,
  • literal and somewhat inaccurate,
  • pure landsmaal,
  • incomplete and abbreviated,
  • treacherous literal,
  • readable complete,
  • rugged, unpolished,
  • colorless and unfaithful,
  • literal and hexametrical,
  • abominable, literal,
  • french or danish,
  • german, french or danish,
  • interpretative and artistic,
  • alone dutch,
  • permanent oriental,
  • literal or poetical,
  • metrical and linear,
  • feeble incorrect,
  • mere word-for-word,
  • faithful and graceful,
  • rude and literal,
  • deficient german,
  • complete and vigorous,
  • standard literal,
  • satisfactory literal,
  • absolute sonorous,
  • admirable metrical,
  • recent and exceptionally good,
  • literal and somewhat poetical,
  • airy, solar,
  • weekly unseen,
  • accurate word-for-word,
  • specially ingenious,
  • new and specially ingenious,
  • french literal,
  • splendidly loose,
  • servile, literal,
  • ]poetical,
  • admirably precise and clear,
  • skilful and spirited,
  • correct affirmative,
  • somewhat easier and more,
  • imperfect literal,
  • concise and familiar,
  • clever and inaccurate,
  • literal czech,
  • primary french,
  • apt but unconscious,
  • contemporary spirited,
  • severe and literal,
  • purposely severe and literal,
  • purposely severe,
  • excellently easy and vivid,
  • excellently easy,
  • materially exact,
  • idiomatic literal,
  • incomplete and refined,
  • loose or free,
  • singularly incomplete,
  • french partial,
  • correct, graceful and elegant,
  • pale, literal,
  • familiar, accessible,
  • elegant but insipid,
  • anonymous literal,
  • immediate and almost automatic,
  • untrustworthy italian,
  • literal and yet graceful,
  • seldom free or periphrastic,
  • literal and unabridged,
  • ruthlessly literal,
  • partial rough,
  • satisfactory poetical,
  • soul-spiritual,
  • intentionally erroneous,
  • unfinished but faithful,
  • artificial, insincere,
  • overly accurate,
  • {literal,
  • partial,
  • true and strict,
  • fine and animated,
  • successful poetic,
  • closely literal,
  • arbitrary and unsatisfactory,
  • net theological,
  • full and unabridged,
  • handy literal,
  • second danish,
  • inaccurate and inadequate,
  • late ridiculous,
  • literal and full,
  • true and whole,
  • desirable all-around,
  • desperately inadequate,
  • readable new,
  • bald and lame,
  • extant german,
  • mere condensed,
  • careless and incomplete,
  • faithful and intelligible,
  • beautiful and fluent,
  • altogether miserable,
  • crudely literal,
  • original and official,
  • truthful and satisfactory,
  • vivid, free,
  • feeble and cold,
  • parallel german,
  • similar literal,
  • literal and faithful,
  • now-functional,
  • somewhat redundant,
  • delicate and tricky,
  • generally skillful,
  • uteral,
  • omnilingual,
  • loquial,
  • literal word-for-word,
  • free and condensed,
  • miserably unsatisfactory,
  • hasty and slipshod,
  • excellent danish,
  • plain, faithful,
  • simple, unthinking,
  • good metrical,
  • extremely faulty,
  • elegant and nervous,
  • low and scurrilous,
  • rude french,
  • fresh and easy,
  • magnificent classical,
  • pleasant, clear,
  • familiar poetical,
  • complete dutch,
  • literal and accurate,
  • effective and accurate,
  • easy and vivid,
  • free and sympathetic,
  • so-called literal,
  • intermediate mental,
  • seldom free,
  • miraculous and providential,
  • admirable popular,
  • apply temporal,
  • other noncombatant,
  • admirably accurate,
  • present careful,
  • best and most elegant,
  • perfectly allowable,
  • rigidly faithful,
  • complete or accurate,
  • best and only complete,
  • free and rugged,
  • free and excellent,
  • complete unabridged,
  • somewhat literal,
  • one-sided and partial,
  • so-called elegant,
  • sole and complete,
  • full, rapid,
  • equally spirited,
  • severely literal,
  • quickest and simplest,
  • last astounding,
  • late interesting,
  • trustworthy and faithful,
  • formally correct,
  • admirably precise,
  • sole complete,
  • own unnecessary,
  • longer extant,
  • popular swedish,
  • verbal and literal,
  • fully accurate,
  • correct grammatical,
  • original quaint,
  • altogether suitable,
  • correct german,
  • somewhat pedestrian,
  • great authoritative,
  • literal,
  • plain and accurate,
  • peculiarly unhappy,
  • german contemporary,
  • best-known modern,
  • partly mere,
  • scholarly french,
  • good, accurate,
  • true and literal,
  • fine and faithful,
  • marvellously perfect,
  • earliest and most famous,
  • fairly gentle,
  • spirited and characteristic,
  • orbitual,
  • exact literal,
  • quick vertical,
  • inadequate and misleading,
  • frightfully long,
  • thy speedy,
  • early swiss,
  • direct and independent,
  • fine and spirited,
  • somewhat inaccurate,
  • provisional,
  • least unhappy,
  • corrupt spanish,
  • remarkably free,
  • free french,
  • hexametrical,
  • remarkable french,
  • soft and agreeable,
  • singularly vigorous,
  • universal european,
  • somewhat poetical,
  • full french,
  • correct french,
  • great successful,
  • spirited and beautiful,
  • graceful italian,
  • rough, vigorous,
  • careful and correct,
  • almost avowed,
  • particularly egregious,
  • exact and accurate,
  • fresh french,
  • tolerably free,
  • equally correct,
  • fair french,
  • necessarily imperfect,
  • nearly correct,
  • old syrian,
  • generally interesting,
  • anonymous french,
  • standard french,
  • best poetical,
  • quite literal,
  • earliest german,
  • rare french,
  • tolerably faithful,
  • neatest possible,
  • second german,
  • still unpublished,
  • oldest german,
  • new danish,
  • somewhat easier,
  • particularly atrocious,
  • false and deceitful,
  • complete and adequate,
  • splendid spanish,
  • present free,
  • proper french,
  • litteral,
  • fuller and fuller,
  • recent italian,
  • next german,
  • other complete,
  • northern french,
  • polite french,
  • well worthy,
  • nearly instantaneous,
  • old and excellent,
  • faithful and intelligent,
  • otherwise beautiful,
  • earliest complete,
  • often obscure,
  • less mythical,
  • new poetical,
  • simple, clear,
  • truly poetical,
  • other optimal,
  • cheap and faulty,
  • genuine hyperspatial,
  • normal hyper,
  • free but substantially accurate,
  • intense and faithful,
  • astonishingly intense and faithful,
  • terse but not inapt,
  • sorry french,
  • faithful literal,
  • careful, literal,
  • absurd, hasty,
  • literal and strictly correct,
  • fine, beautiful and noteworthy,
  • extant elizabethan,
  • able and correct,
  • faithful and easy,
  • careful literal,
  • good but anonymous,
  • conscientiously correct,
  • common and verbal,
  • certainly incorrect,
  • superficial allegorical,
  • high-quality professional,
  • confusing psychological,
  • closest chinese,
  • astonishingly intense,
  • satisfactory german,
  • sufficiently literal,
  • next italian,
  • truly literal,
  • single dimensional,
  • speedy and correct,
  • correct and precise,
  • thy sanctified,
  • beautiful and noteworthy,
  • free and charming,
  • copious and complete,
  • unfortunately ambiguous,
  • incomplete and incorrect,
  • complete and literal,
  • original and literal,
  • indeed inevitable,
  • judicious and accurate,
  • faithful and elegant,
  • true literal,
  • feeble and spiritless,
  • needlessly strong,
  • perfect metrical,
  • vigorous and accurate,
  • comprehensive and general,
  • totally accurate,
  • careless and imperfect,
  • almost word-for-word,
  • usually swift,
  • jewish german,
  • comparatively few and unimportant,
  • more idiomatic,
  • royal asiatic,
  • gradual downward,
  • own literal,
  • old anonymous,
  • accurate and elegant,
  • complete italian,
  • special spanish,
  • best simple,
  • curious german,
  • good poetical,
  • new and correct,
  • fifteenth-century french,
  • ancient syrian,
  • admirable german,
  • interesting and able,
  • substantially accurate,
  • exact and literal,
  • old metrical,
  • complete french,
  • substantially correct,
  • classical german,
  • bad modern,
  • official chinese,
  • perfectly authentic,
  • strictly correct,
  • perfect and permanent,
  • comparatively few,
  • nice rich,
  • closest human,
  • highly subjective,
  • artificially intelligent,
  • parabolical,
  • usual chinese,
  • full and exact,
  • practically complete,
  • less free,
  • absolutely true,
  • latest french,
  • fairly full,
  • more apt,
  • tolerably correct,
  • unverifiable,
  • excellent new,
  • good italian,
  • important german,
  • unglamorous,
  • noncombatant,
  • recent french,
  • rather violent,
  • inapt,
  • little weak,
  • own immortal,
  • own splendid,
  • more polite,
  • early italian,
  • extremely difficult,
  • unpoetical,
  • small french,
  • endurable,
  • unusually long,
  • nipponese,
  • metric,
  • time-consuming,
  • rough and ready,
  • purported,
  • much older,
  • two-way,
  • spiritless,
  • roundabout,
  • rude and simple,
  • rather indifferent,
  • thoroughly satisfactory,
  • hitherto unpublished,
  • original french,
  • centenary,
  • english-language,
  • more adequate,
  • more faithful,
  • interpretative,
  • early french,
  • typewritten,
  • preferable,
  • best modern,
  • more precise,
  • new and better,
  • untrue,
  • free and easy,
  • optimal,
  • almost complete,
  • shakespearean,
  • conceptual,
  • racy,
  • jocular,
  • concise,
  • abbreviated german,
  • final hyper,
  • best literal,
  • literal and free,
  • faithful, literal,
  • commendable and effective,
  • gross and finite,
  • rude but literal,
  • incorrect spanish,
  • literal metrical,
  • new and hitherto unpublished,
  • grotesque, old,
  • normal lazy,
  • highly commendable and effective,
  • metrical german,
  • excellent metrical,
  • obvious and trivial,
  • valuable german,
  • faithful and spirited,
  • correct and adequate,
  • best metrical,
  • complete poetic,
  • wicked and unfaithful,
  • new metrical,
  • rather literal,
  • absolutely literal,
  • merely literal,
  • perfectly sympathetic,
  • french metrical,
  • exact mechanical,
  • admirable new,
  • less literal,
  • bad italian,
  • clear and coherent,
  • complete german,
  • standard german,
  • landsmaal,
  • nineteenth-century french,
  • fourth dimensional,
  • bad french,
  • beautiful german,
  • almost contemporary,
  • accurate and complete,
  • infinitely distant,
  • excellent german,
  • highly commendable,
  • new jewish,
  • contextual,
  • astonishing italian,
  • stark and impossible,
  • coarse and disappointing,
  • imperfect anonymous,
  • optimum inbound,
  • automatic universal,
  • massive hyper,
  • literal,
  • nearly literal,
  • literal and exact,
  • extremely literal,
  • common imperial,
  • plain and literal,
  • somewhat abbreviated,
  • beautiful poetical,
  • ancient armenian,
  • major british,
  • nearly exact,
  • nearest possible,
  • old oriental,
  • fourth-dimensional,
  • excellent old,
  • iambic,
  • fairly accurate,
  • best available,
  • inbound,
  • standby,
  • unpolished,
  • more natural,
  • old german,
  • czech,
  • slightly different,
  • usable,
  • explanatory,
  • meritorious,
  • quaint old,
  • misleading,
  • computerized,
  • seventeenth-century,
  • allegorical,
  • full-time,
  • early german,
  • interpretive,
  • best french,
  • modern german,
  • straighter,
  • rumanian,
  • offhand,
  • analytic,
  • unprepared,
  • binary,
  • flawed,
  • ideological,
  • extant,
  • more perfect,
  • second-by-second verbal,
  • literal and interlineal,
  • supply rough,
  • incorrect french,
  • free basic,
  • complete metrical,
  • literal french,
  • own alpha,
  • online bilingual,
  • own bald,
  • admirable french,
  • unmetrical,
  • contemporary italian,
  • modern jewish,
  • quick and accurate,
  • earliest french,
  • absolutely clear,
  • rapid mental,
  • mammoth and charming,
  • faithful metrical,
  • fairly literal,
  • baldly literal,
  • gay and daring,
  • literal and complete,
  • rude but spirited,
  • literal german,
  • fairly easy,
  • inaudible,
  • disappointing,
  • businesslike,
  • finnish,
  • best possible,
  • bulgarian,
  • forceful,
  • more free,
  • good french,
  • inexact,
  • toneless,
  • more complete,
  • online,
  • truer,
  • extravagantly precise,
  • [ metrical,
  • contemporaneous chinese,
  • permissibly free,
  • cheap online,
  • fully intelligible,
  • free metrical,
  • interlineal,
  • entirely incorrect,
  • best complete,
  • over-literal,
  • conjectural,
  • smoother,
  • fluent,
  • good german,
  • alliterative,
  • bilingual,
  • rhythmical,
  • apt,
  • matchless,
  • good literal,
  • noble and spirited,
  • poor and inadequate,
  • mere literal,
  • rather free,
  • colloquial,
  • workable,
  • more familiar,
  • freer,
  • downward,
  • easier,
  • unfaithful,
  • instantaneous and unconscious,
  • tedious and imperfect,
  • accurate and faithful,
  • probabilistic,
  • hyperspatial,
  • instantaneous on-line,
  • successful and satisfactory,
  • somewhat free,
  • bible,
  • dimensional,
  • old french,
  • intelligible,
  • unauthorized,
  • oral,
  • sloppy,
  • authoritative,
  • telepathic,
  • babylonian,
  • syrian,
  • conscientious,
  • impromptu,
  • admittedly imperfect,
  • imprecise,
  • on-line,
  • strictest,
  • fragmentary,
  • forthcoming,
  • marginal,
  • biblical,
  • speedy,
  • global,
  • erroneous,
  • elizabethan,
  • new and complete,
  • pheromonal,
  • clingingly exact,
  • strictly literal,
  • new french,
  • unpublished,
  • ongoing,
  • faulty,
  • hungarian,
  • trustworthy,
  • unfinished,
  • perfectly literal,
  • idiomatic,
  • unabridged,
  • linguistic,
  • temporal,
  • inaccurate,
  • readable,
  • more exact,
  • excellent french,
  • abbreviated,
  • cultural,
  • norwegian,
  • tibetan,
  • simplest,
  • bengali,
  • gaelic,
  • condensed,
  • contemporary,
  • incomparable,
  • hasty,
  • liberal,
  • approximate,
  • word-for-word,
  • computer-assisted,
  • incomplete,
  • incorrect,
  • mechanical,
  • solar,
  • hyper,
  • almost literal,
  • more accurate,
  • more correct,
  • japanese,
  • precise,
  • inadequate,
  • alpha,
  • more literal,
  • anonymous,
  • poetic,
  • armenian,
  • closest,
  • swedish,
  • automatic,
  • adequate,
  • careful,
  • danish,
  • loose,
  • elegant,
  • verbal,
  • imperfect,
  • satisfactory,
  • unseen,
  • simultaneous,
  • instantaneous,
  • spirited,
  • double,
  • partial,
  • chinese,
  • poetical,
  • dutch,
  • admirable,
  • bad,
  • faithful,
  • rough,
  • direct,
  • accurate,
  • metrical,
  • spanish,
  • correct,
  • excellent,
  • exact,
  • present,
  • italian,
  • complete,
  • free,
  • german,
  • french,
  • literal.
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