Can Translation Be Defined?
Thread poster: Raf Uzar

Raf Uzar
Poland
Local time: 06:18
Polish to English
May 4, 2009

I've come across a lovely little article that seeks to define translation using one (or even two words). Food for thought.
The article is here:
http://transubstantiation.wordpress.com/2009/04/26/translation-in-a-word/


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Raf Uzar
Poland
Local time: 06:18
Polish to English
TOPIC STARTER
What is translation? May 11, 2009

The exercises, noted above, which can be found at http://transubstantiation.wordpress.com/2009/04/26/translation-in-a-word/
relies on a fascinating kind of 'mental triangulation' exercise.
I for one was very surprised with my results and also the poll included in the website.


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