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« Foundation supporte mal la traduction »
Je serais curieux de connaître tes arguments à l'appui de ce point de vue.
Quid de fr:Fondation Bill-et-Melinda-Gates par exemple ?
Teofilo 15:06, 14 June 2009 (UTC)
- Le problème est le même par exemple pour le mot "sénateur". Quand on parle d'un sénateur américain, ses pouvoirs ne sont pas les mêmes que celui d'un sénateur français. Pourtant la plupart des traducteurs traduisent "senator" par "sénateur". A partir du moment où le texte a précisé que le contexte était les États-Unis le lecteur sait que les situations juridiques rencontrées vont être des situations juridiques de droit américain. Teofilo 07:09, 15 June 2009 (UTC)
- Voir aussi Translation teams/ja/English-Japanese Wikimedia Glossary : "Wikimedia" est simplement translittéré sans être traduit, mais "Foundation" est traduit par le mot japonais correspondant. Teofilo 08:36, 15 June 2009 (UTC)
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