Meaning of Translation

What is Translation:

The translation or translation is the movement of a body from one place to another place.

The word translation derives from transfer which is composed of the Latin prefix trans– which means “on the other side” and from the root ferre which refers to carrying, supporting or producing something.

Among the synonyms of translation we can find move, transport, slide, change, change. Some antonyms are stop, stop, pause, and freeze.

Translation involves movement of an object, person, position, position or event. The translation of an object, for example, refers to the transportation of a thing from one place to another. The transfer of a position, for example, means a change of position in the field of work. The transfer of an event is the change of date of an activity.

In grammar, translation is a construction figure that uses time outside its natural context, for example, when replacing “tomorrow is Monday” with “tomorrow will be Monday.”

Translation is also used as a synonym for translation.

Earth’s translation

The path that the Earth makes in its elliptical orbit around the sun is called translational movement.

Translational movement is characteristic of all planets that travel in an elliptical circle around a star. In our solar system, the planets revolve around the sun through translational motion.

See also Translational motion.

Translation and rotation

Translation and rotation movements are present in all the stars in the Universe. Translational movement refers to the transfer of the body through an orbit around another star, whereas rotational movement refers to the rotation of the body around itself.

See also Rotational motion.

Translation of figures

The translation of figures in the field of geometry refers to moving a geometric figure by defining an angle and a distance. The geometric figure does not rotate or change size, it only moves within a plane.

See also Geometry.