Translation techniques as a method for describing the results and classifying the types of translation solutions
Keywords:borrowing, calculating, linguistic amplification, literal translation, translation solutions, translation techniques
Translation technique is a method applied in translation to describe the results of translation and classify the types of translation solutions. Translation techniques appear to differentiate from translation strategies. This translation technique will determine the ideology used by the translator. The translation techniques discussed in this paper are the Molina and Albir translation techniques which consist of 18 techniques, namely adaptation, amplification, borrowing, calculating, compensation, discursive creation, common equivalence, generalization, linguistic amplification, linguistic compression, literal translation, modulation, particularization, reduction, substitution, transposition, and variation.
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