How to say translation in Japanese

1)翻訳翻訳(honyaku) (n,vs) translation/de-encryption/deciphering/rendering    
honyaku
Notesonly used for written material. verbal translation has a different word
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2)通訳通訳(tsuuyaku) (n,vs) interpretation/interpreter    
tsuuyaku
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my strong point is my philosophy - nothing ventured nothing gained.

hadn't we better be going soon?

the amazon is fed by a large number of tributaries.

the novel is centered on the civil war.

mr. wilson is proud of his house.

ken couldn't remember that guy's name.

i only asked her what she paid for that dull-looking dress and she flew off the handle at me.

as for the papers, i have custody of them.

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