translate (v.) 1
transform, change, alter
2H4 IV.i.47 [Westmorland to Archbishop] Wherefore do you so ill translate yourself / Out of the speech of peace
AYL II.i.19 [Amiens to Duke Senior] Happy is your grace / That can translate the stubbornness of fortune / Into so quiet and so sweet a style
AYL V.i.52 [Touchstone to William] I ... translate thy life into death
Cor II.iii.188 [Brutus to Citizens, of Coriolanus] his gracious nature / Would ... / Translate his malice towards you into love
Ham III.i.113 [Hamlet to Ophelia] the power of beauty will sooner transform honesty from what it is to a bawd than the force of honesty can translate beauty into his likeness
MND I.i.191 [Helena to Hermia] Were the world mine, Demetrius being bated, / The rest I'd give to be to you translated
MND III.i.112 [Quince to Bottom] Thou art translated!
MND III.ii.32 [Puck to Oberon, of Bottom] I ... left sweet Pyramus translated there
MW I.iii.45 [Pistol to Nym, of Falstaff and Mistress Ford] He hath ... translated her will - out of honesty into English
Sonn 96.8 [] So are these errors that in thee are seen, / To truths translated
Tim I.i.75 [Poet to Painter, of Fortune and Timon] Whose present grace to present slaves and servants / Translates his rivals