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» Welcome to the world of new words: the same old wine in new bottle!
By Sushan Harshe | Published 09/9/2014 | Translator Education | Not yet recommended
Since 18th century, each year/month/week/day, number new terms are coming in to market for the original English terms. May be it started with movie for motion picture! In those days, there was huge debate on such new terms. In the period of time these new terms settled in the society, in the world community; even in British culture itself! Now a day people just discuss on it and then adopt them. Sometimes most of them are unaware of the original and they feel (strongly!) that, this is just totally new!!. If you try to explain, they laugh on you.
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» The Words from the Gap II: De-characterizing or Enriching?
By Marcia Pinheiro | Published 06/23/2017 | Translation Theory | Not yet recommended
There are world objects that seem to remain unnoticed by certain cultures and peoples. Those would probably need to import alien sigmatoids, coming from other languages and cultures, in order to correctly identify those world objects, in order to correctly connect to them. The whole concern is then with how much that de-characterizes a culture or a people. Besides, this de-characterization does not have to be something bad; it might actually be a good thing for human kind as a whole, so that this topic might be something that fits inside of strategic studies, therefore studies about war, and those are perhaps the most valued in modernity.
» Confusions of untranslatability
By MarishaM | Published 06/18/2017 | Language Specific | Not yet recommended
In article to consider some examples of untranslatability (non-translations) in different languages(Arabic, German, Hinduism).Here we will not considering the rules of translations this units, but сonsider examples reflecting`s uniqueness certain nationalities.
» Beyond Translation – The Importance of Research
By Menad Mujkic | Published 06/16/2017 | Translation Techniques | Not yet recommended
This article provides basic guidelines for translators at the beginning of their career and deals with the methods of gaining information and the organization of the newly acquired data.
» Are you busy? Very busy? Very very busy?
By ISABELLE MEURVILLE | Published 06/12/2017 | Business Issues | Not yet recommended
Maybe your typical business day includes wearing more than one hat...
» Rédaction épicène, les petits mots rassembleurs
By ISABELLE MEURVILLE | Published 06/9/2017 | French | Recommendation:
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