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Definition of "translatory" [trans•lat•o•ry]

  • That translates or transfers (adjective)

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Use "translatory" in a sentence
  • "The doors allow for both rotatory and translatory motion in one go, and their spinning around the central axis ends up saving on 50% of space — otherwise consumed by the conventional doors as they open up."
  • "But they know its a hassle and a pain in the ass for us to provide translatory services, and so once arrested they never speak a word of english!"
  • "(Erweiterung) of the old supposition of the invariance of Newtonian mechanics for a translatory or circular"
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