traducción inversa

traducción inversa
A feminine noun is almost always used with feminine articles and adjectives (e.g. la mujer bonita, la luna llena).
feminine noun
1. (translation into a language that's not one's own)
a. translation into a foreign language
La traducción inversa supone un reto mayor para un intérprete que la traducción directa.Translation into a foreign language is more challenging for an interpreter than translation into his or her own language.
2. (translation of a text back into its original language)
a. back-translation
Primero traducimos el texto original y luego nos aseguramos de que lo hemos hecho bien llevando a cabo una traducción inversa.First we translate the original text and then we make sure we've done it right by doing a back-translation.
b. reverse translation
En este caso, la traducción inversa coincide exactamente con el texto original.In this case, the reverse translation coincides exactly with the original text.
3. (translation exercise)
a. prose
Como tarea para mañana, la profesora nos ha pedido que hagamos la traducción inversa de un extracto de "El Quijote" al griego.As an assignment for tomorrow, the teacher has asked us to do a prose of an extract from "Don Quixote" into Greek.
b. prose composition
El profesor de latín dice que he cometido muchos errores en la traducción inversa.The Latin teacher says I've made a lot of mistakes in the prose composition.
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