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Article: Translating culture-specific notions
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Krzysztof Achinger  Identity Verified
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Simple solution Mar 27, 2009

Well, why don't you just add some foot- or endnotes? In your example, you just use names of the wines as in the source language and put foot-note saying that in England this kind of wine is regarded as a very expensive one. Everything is clear and you avoid most of the mentioned problems.

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