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|English to Russian translations [PRO]|
|English term or phrase: some editorial things (see txt)|
Iґm not quite positive abou ta couple of things in my translation that I wish to verify with your help. Sure, many of you have extensive experience with publishing houses, so please answer only if you know exactly how the thing is rendered into Russian. So here we go:
1. publishing director How exactly the man is referred to in Russia?
2. to commission Context: an editor works for a publishing house for more than
5 years and has commissioned a book ONLY ONCE.
Seems like he really took to a book that the high-ups
were reluctant to publish and did all he could to
convince them itґs really good.
3. quite simple----what does a RECEPTIONIST do in a publishig house and whatґs the name for her in Russian?
Thanks in advance and have a nice day! :-)
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1.ответственный редактор 2. написать отзыв (о книге) 3. секретарь или помощник
1/ publishing director - I would translate it as : otvetstvenni redaktor, or sometimes we say in Кussian - otvetstvenni za vipusk, he is not quite the same as the editor.
2/ to commission, in this case, means to write an official opinion(report) on this book - napicat otziv (o knige)
3/ receptionist is "sekretar" in Russian, sometimes receptionist of a VIP person called respectfully "pomozhnik directora" ( assistant). I hope it will help you.
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