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Gran Diccionario Oxford

Author: David Crystal
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
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A bilingual dictionary containing more than 300,000 words covers basic vocabulary as well as slang, American English, and Latin American Spanish.

Gran Diccionario Oxford

Author: Beatriz Galimberti Jarman
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780198608783
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A bilingual dictionary containing more than 300,000 words covers basic vocabulary as well as slang, American English, and Latin American Spanish.

Gran Diccionario Oxford

Author: Beatriz Galimberti Jarman
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780198608783
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A bilingual dictionary containing more than 300,000 words covers basic vocabulary as well as slang, American English, and Latin American Spanish.

Step By Step

Author: Ana Maria Rojo Lopez
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9783039111336
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This book is a course in contrastive linguistics and translation which introduces the basics of linguistic analysis as applied to translation. Translation is presented as a problem-solving activity and linguistic analysis is proposed as a useful methodological tool to identify a wide range of translation problems. The course adopts a method which starts with the translation of words and goes up, "step by step," through the different levels of linguistic structure to the level of pragmatic context. Myriad examples and a wide variety of exercises enable readers to acquire and practise some of the most common strategies translators use to solve the problems encountered at the different levels of linguistic analysis. The book aims at providing students with the theoretical and methodological tools needed to reinforce their linguistic and textual competence in the languages involved and make adequate progress along the translation process. As theoretical tools, students are given an overview of basic translation concepts and linguistic tools central to contrastive linguistics and textual analysis. As methodological tools, students are presented with a working method that, at the beginning, will allow them to grasp the principles and strategies that govern general translation, and which they could later extrapolate to specialised translation.

Specialised Dictionaries For Learners

Author: Pedro A. Fuertes-Olivera
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110231336
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The need for constructing a lexicographical theory with a particular focus on specialised dictionaries for learners is well documented in recent publications. This will imply paying attention to, at least, four basic lexicographic categories: learners; the learner's situation; the learner's needs; dictionary assistance. In one or other way, these categories are analysed in this book, whose eleven chapters are grouped into three parts. Part 1 reflects on some of the main ideas defended by the function theory of lexicography, perhaps the theoretical framework that has paid more attention to specialised lexicography. Part 2 presents some proposals that have already being explored in the field of general learner's dictionary and must be incorporated into specialised metalexicography: cultural aspects; figurative meaning; the inclusion of grammatical information; the use of corpora. Part 3 introduces the state of play regarding specialised dictionaries in China and offers some ideas for coping with the proliferation of terminological glossaries in Internet. The book also describes Enrique Alcaraz's academic achievements, together with some personal anecdotes, and a personal short tribute to his memory.

Where Theory And Practice Meet

Author: Laurence Wong
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443899127
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Where Theory and Practice Meet is a collection of nineteen papers in translation studies. Unlike many similar books published in recent decades, which are mostly non-translation-oriented, veering to issues with little or no relevance to translation, this book focuses on the translation process, on theory formulation with reference to actual translation, on getting to grips with translation problems, and on explaining translation in language which can be understood by the general reader. Perceptive and wide-ranging, the book covers language pairs that include Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Latin, and Classical Greek, and discusses, among other things, translations of Dante’s La Divina Commedia; translations of Shakespeare’s Hamlet; Goethe’s “Prometheus” as a case of untranslatability; the challenge of translating Garcilaso de la Vega’s “Primera Égloga” into Chinese; John Minford’s translation of martial arts fiction; and Lin Shu’s translation of Alexandre Dumas’s La Dame aux camélias.

Translator Self Training Spanish Legal

Author: Morry Sofer
Publisher: Taylor Trade Publications
ISBN: 1589797191
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Includes reference material on translation techniques, translation equipment, dictionaries, reference literature, and terminology management.