Translation as communication across languages and cultures
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PETERMAN, Tatiana. Translation as communication across languages and cultures. In: Conferinţa tehnico-ştiinţifică a studenţilor, masteranzilor şi doctoranzilor. Volumul II, 26-29 martie 2019, Chișinău. Chișinău, Republica Moldova: Tehnica UTM, 2019, pp. 586-587. ISBN 978-9975-45-589-3.
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Conferinţa tehnico-ştiinţifică a studenţilor, masteranzilor şi doctoranzilor
Volumul II, 2019
Conferința "Conferinţa tehnico-ştiinţifică a studenţilor, masteranzilor şi doctoranzilor"
Chișinău, Moldova, 26-29 martie 2019

Translation as communication across languages and cultures


Pag. 586-587

Peterman Tatiana
 
Free International University of Moldova
 
Disponibil în IBN: 2 aprilie 2020


Rezumat

Intercultural communication is an adequate mutual understanding of two participants of a communicative act belonging to different national cultures. The problem of relations between language, culture and the interlocutors is one of the fundamental problems in modern linguistics. While analyzing the topic we discuss the concept of translation and its professional practice, translation as a means of intercultural and as a form of communication. Untranslability is the most challenging phenomenon in the process of translation. In order to overcome such type of difficulties various techniques are used, namely, compensation, adaptation, borrowing, translator’s note, calque and paraphrasis.

Cuvinte-cheie
translation, culture, communication, untranslatability, linguistics, source/target language, techniques of translation