Target-language meaning

The definition of a target language is a language that someone is learning, or a language into which a text has to be translated.

An example of a target language is Italian for a native born German who is just moving to Italy.

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The language into which a text written in another language is to be translated.
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The language into which a text in a given language is to be translated.
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A language that a nonnative speaker is in the process of learning.
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(linguistics, translation studies) The language into which a translation is done.
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(computing) The machine language into which source code is to be compiled.
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A language other than one's own that one is learning.
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The language resulting from a translation process such as assembling or compiling. Contrast with source language.
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(computers) The computer language, often a machine language, into which a document written in another computer language is to be translated.
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