Cakkhu -viññāṇa: consciousness by means of visual perception, visual cognition
Kāya -viññāṇa: consciousness by means of touch, sensory consciousness
Sota -viññāṇa: auditory cognition, perception through the ear
Ghāna -viññāṇa: perception of smell
Jivhā -viññāṇa: the cognition of taste
Mano & Mana -viññāṇa: representative cognition, rationality
Could you clarify the question? I at least didn’t get what you would like to translate and what the ‘styles’ are.
Using Google Translator translated from Korean to English. Of course, it seems not translated correctly.
why wouldn’t you refer to the official generally accepted English translations of Ven Thanissaro or Ven Bodhi the latter of which constitutes the main English translation on SC and so is readily available for collation with the Pali source?