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Esperanto translation: trakudo

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02:01 May 30, 2000
English to Esperanto translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: translation
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Esperanto translation:trakudo
Explanation:
trakudo is the noun, trakudi is the verb.
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natradukoDejo
natraduko, tradukado, tradukajhoGerard van Wilgen
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8 days
trakudo


Explanation:
trakudo is the noun, trakudi is the verb.

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10 days
traduko, tradukado, tradukajho


Explanation:
tradukado = the process of translating

tradukajho = something that has been translated (e.g. a book)

traduko = tradukado or tradukajho

There are other possibilities, like "tradukendajho" (that what must be translated") but the above-mentioned words are usually sufficient.

Esperanto is written in the Latin script but there are some letters with diacritics that are transliterated thus in ASCII:

c circumflex accent = ch
g circumflex accent = gh
h circumflex accent = hh
j circumflex accent = jh
s circumflex accent = sh
u breve = u

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25 days
traduko


Explanation:
the original answer had the d and k inverted. Compare with the French 'traduction'

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