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Definition of Retranslation
1. translation [n -S] - See also: translation
Lexicographical Neighbors of Retranslation
Literary usage of Retranslation
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A German Reader for Beginners in School Or College: With Notes and Vocabulary by Edward Southey Joynes (1889)
"... JOYNES' GERMAN READER, For retranslation into German. PART I. REMARK : Words inclosed in ( ) must be expressed in German; those in [ ] must be omitted. ..."
2. A History of Architecture by Fiske Kimball, George Harold Edgell (1918)
"Doric Entablature From the Parthenon Doric Entablature Retranslated into wood construction FIG. 2O THE GREEK DORIC ORDER, WITH A retranslation INTO WOOD. ..."
3. Biographies of Distinguished Scientific Men by François Arago, William Fairbairn (1859)
"retranslation OF AN HISTORICAL NOTE BY LORD BROUGHAM, ON THE DISCOVERY OF THE COMPOSITION OF WATER. THERE is no doubt that in England, at least, ..."
4. The assumption of Moses by Robert Henry Charles (1897)
"(4) Through retranslation into Greek the source of the incoherencies of the text can, in some cases, be discovered. ..."