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Journalistic Translation

A couple weeks ago we took a captivating look at how different types of interpreters work with journalists. As the main difference between an interpreter and

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What is a Back Translation?

Reverse translation, better known as “back translation,” refers to the translation process where a document is translated to a given target language and then that

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Summary Translation

The aim of a summary translation is usually to allow the reader to understand the key points of the original document. It is not a

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Translation Memories

Translation memories are made up of the source text(s) in one language aligned with the respective translation(s) in another, the target language (translated text). In

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Prices Per Source Word Count

We are all well aware of how strongly budgets affect the decisions of all companies, even the largest, and for all suppliers, including suppliers of

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Literary Translation

Literary translators, in addition to dealing with the difficulties inherent to translations of all fields, must consider the aesthetic aspects of the text,  its beauty

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Many critics, no defenders

“Many critics, no defenders,translators have but two regrets:when we hit, no one remembers,when we miss, no one forgets.” -Anonymous This is a well-known verse among

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