Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
The receiver of the message can, by the same process, retranslate it into English.
Other explanations retranslate the Greek original words differently to make sense of the statement.
City officials have enlisted the two scholars and other experts to retranslate the bad English translations on signs around the city.
But instead of requiring an established receiving tube for its arrival, this one could retranslate itself, and solidify at the destination.
But despite all warnings, I ask Ryoko-san to retranslate some of the lyrics into English for me.
They retranslate common Latinisms.
At Horkheimer's direction, the Frankfurt School began to retranslate Marxism into cultural terms.
It seems to me that one should, as well, be able to retranslate a classic work while paying full tribute to the text's prior performer or performers.
One American company just asked Louis Korda, a Hungarian translator in New York, to retranslate several documents.
He pressed a button on the side of the chair which would automatically scramble the transmission into code, then retranslate it into language on the T'Ruda.
In 1976, the New York Shakespeare Festival commissioned Jean-Claude van Itallie to retranslate The Cherry Orchard into English.
According to Smith, he did not retranslate the material that Harris had lost because he said that if he did, evil men would alter the manuscript in an effort to discredit him.
Recognising his moment of epiphany within the intensity of the pages of Goethe's Divan, Tatarî decided to retranslate and rewrite the Divan where it was written: in Weimar.
In a digital camera, for example, analog chips translate wavelengths and intensities of light into digital code and, if the photographer wants to check the image, they retranslate the code into a visual display.
So it turns out the digital revolution is driving strong demand for advances in analog electronics, an arcane realm in which tens of thousands of products translate reality into 1's and 0's for computers and retranslate digital results into forms humans can perceive.
The Phaethon who had been Ao Sinistro was able to use a burst of intuition to assemble the scattered read-line fragments, to look at them as though they were a shattered geometric shape, combine that shape like a puzzle, then retranslate the result back into a linear format.
Recognizing that the King James translation is "The noblest monument to English prose" [Oxford Annotated Bible, 1962], many translators, in prefaces to their "new," "modern" versions have written apologetics explaining why they felt they had to retranslate and how they proposed doing it.
A little-known Roman Catholic commission has stirred so much furor with its proposals to retranslate parts of the Mass that the National Conference of Catholic Bishops has set aside part of its semiannual meeting here to discuss the commission and how the bishops work with it.
Ultimately he received a revelation wherein he was instructed not to retranslate the portion of the Golden Plates the 116 pages were taken from "because wicked men had stolen the pages and altered them, hoping to discredit Joseph when he translated them again and the two manuscripts didn't match because of their alterations."