Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
We have a scanner that'll give you an oral translation if you'd like.
Oral translations may be given by a translator at the time of the tests.
The party also arranged oral translations into local languages.
It is no longer acceptable that we can propose an oral translation instead of a written translation.
In the case of lengthy records, interpretation (i.e. oral translation) may be considered as an alternative.
Tom riffled through the pages as fast as he could, trying to keep up with the message while making a running oral translation.
Oral translation of the Bible into Aramaic was sufficient to keep the ignorant informed.
The first semester is spent mainly on written translation, and oral translation is practised towards the end of the second semester.
The text itself is mainly a word-for-word translation, and Will phonetically recorded Megott's oral translation.
Following the expulsion, Jews spoke of "the Ladino" to mean the traditional oral translation of the Bible into archaic Castilian.
Member States shall provide, upon request, a written or oral translation of the main elements of the return decision and/or removal order in a language the thirdcountry national understands.
I did for example an exhibition called translating Don Quixote which was an oral translation of Don Quixote from Spanish into English.
Krishnamacharya later related an oral translation of the text to his students, such as K. Pattabhi Jois and B. K. S. Iyengar.
• To coordinate the written and oral translation of pertinent information related to the ESIA Field Works and the ESIA.
Secondly, the video recording conveys a vivid and very interesting impression, but we also know that the hectic nature of proceedings often results in oral translations falling short of the quality we need.
In addition, students take part in four half-day Saturday seminars at the Institute in order to meet some of the tutors and undergo extra training in techniques of oral translation..
CVS/Pharmacy official Deborah Veale provided the vote that killed a plan to require large type on drug labels and instructions and to make oral translation of them available for all non-English speakers.
As promised by Prof. Ihsanoglu, the Director General of the lRCICA, in his preface, the project in its next stage will cover translations in manuscript form as well as oral translations.
Medieval Spanish Jews had a tradition of oral translation of Biblical readings into Spanish, and several manuscript translations were made, either for Jewish use or for Christian patrons, for example the 1430 Alba Bible.
It is the parochial character of the LXX - its obvious derivation from the methods of oral translation in the Synagogue - which makes it improbable that it should have been translated by command of Ptolemy II.
The Sangha unity was also strengthened by the decision to hold the Pali examination in two sets: one at Mahamakuta Academy, where Vajirañana's new curriculum and a written examination format would be used, and one at the Grand Palace chapel, where the traditional oral translations would be heard.
Throughout all this, with admirably little sacrifice of clarity or momentum, three actors of great stamina and flexibility (Ms. Scarl, Brian K. Jennings and Ira Mitchell) give oral translations of the other performers' signing while playing roles themselves (or, in Mr. Mitchell's case, providing music and sound effects).
Others, though, have a different interpretation of what is going on.
Another difference between the studies is in their interpretation of results.
Then the next week I came back with a new interpretation.
A full interpretation is expected at the end of year.
But the number of men present is clearly open to interpretation.
What such a cause might be is open to interpretation.
But as with all art, his works are open to interpretation.
I happen to think usually I’m right in my interpretation.
The cause and effect is thus different in our interpretation.
A business can be lost through a bad interpretation of the law.
How we take them to mean something is total individual interpretation.
But she never says you have to do her interpretation.
His interpretation was also reported in the current issue of Nature.
Instead, he tried to put the best interpretation on the news.
All these things come out of late 19th-century and 20th-century interpretation.
Whether jobs are being lost as a result is a matter of interpretation.
What made you want to give them a new interpretation?
"They came out with a new interpretation of what history had been."
Indeed, they see little need for any interpretation between themselves and God.
The art is in the interpretation of what you can see.
Why they- have done so is a matter for interpretation.
I believe you were the one who gave the interpretation.
How many of those days I had left was open to interpretation.
Could you tell me your interpretation of the current political situation?
Interpretation has been a big part of my life for many years.