Translation


It is the movement of a body, from one place to another place, this word derives from the transfer that is made up of the Latin prefix “trans” which means “the other side” and the root “ferre” which refers to carrying, holding or produce something

Among the translation synonyms we can find move, transport, slide, change, change. Some antonyms are stopping, stopping, stopping and freezing.

Translation implies the movement of an object, person, position, position or event. The translation of an object, for example, refers to the transport of a thing from one place to another. The translation of a position, for example, means a change of position in the field of work. The translation of an event is the movement date of an activity. It is possible to define the translation as an isometry in Euclidean space characterized by a vector, so that, at each point P of an object or figure, another point P is made to correspond. A translation displaces each point of a figure or space the same quantity in direction.

We all know that the Earth performs two types of movements: it moves on itself and it makes another movement around the Sun. The first one is known as a rotation movement and the second one is the translation movement.

At the same time that our planet rotates on itself, it also rotates around the Sun. The Earth takes a whole year to travel around the Sun. This implies that the movement of translation is what gives rise to the different seasons of the year, while that the rotational movement is what produces the change between night and day.

In translation motion the path that the Earth travels around the Sun is known as the Earth’s orbit and during this period of time the four seasons are developing (spring runs from March 21 to June 20, summer runs from 21 June and September 21, Fall runs from September 22 to December 21, and Winter runs from December 22 to March 20).

If the Earth’s orbit is divided into two axes, each corresponds to two solstices, the summer solstice and the winter solstice (the first day of the summer solstice occurs on the longest day of the year and the first day of the winter solstice occurs on the longest day of the year). the longest night).