Meaning-Based Translation A Guide to Cross-Language Equivalence
Edition: 2nd 1998 (Revised)
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Description: Meaning-Based Translation is designed for training beginning translators and organized chapter by chapter as drill material for the textbook Meaning-Based Translation.
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Copyright year: 1998
Publisher: University Press of America, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/28/1997
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.50" tall
|Overview of the Translation Task|
|Form and Meaning|
|Kinds of Translations|
|The Semantic Structure of Language|
|Steps in a Translation Project|
|Words as "Bundles" of Meaning|
|Some Relationships between Lexical Items|
|Discovering Meaning by Grouping and Contrast|
|Mismatching of Lexical Systems between Languages|
|Multiple Senses of Lexical Items|
|Figurative Senses of Lexical Items|
|Lexical Items and Situational Context|
|Collocation and Concordance of Lexical Items|
|Lexical Equivalents when Concepts are Shared|
|Lexical Equivalents when Concepts are Unknown|
|Special Problems in Finding Lexical Equivalents|
|Case Roles within Event Propositions|
|Relations within State Propositions|
|Skewing between Propositional Structure and Clause Structure|
|Skewing of Illocutionary Force and Grammatical Form|
|Figurative Propositions/Metaphors and Similes|
|More on Propositional Analysis|
|Addition and Support Relations|
|Orientation and Clarification Relations|
|The Communication Situation|
|The Translation Program|
|Establishing the Project|
|Testing the Translation|