IN MATH: 1. n. the result of expressing one idea in terms of another, usually writing or graphing one function in terms of another. See REFLECTION, PARENT FUNCTION. EX. The graph of is a translation of the graph of four units up.

IN ENGLISH: 1. n. the result of expressing one idea in terms of another, usually from one. Linguists tanslate one language to another. Artists and mathematicians translate thoughts to art and mathematics.
APPLICATION: See list 300.
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