calque


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an expression introduced into one language by translating it from another language

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The phrase is sometimes ambiguous, for it is not always clear whether as [s]he that should be understood as a phrasal calque, that is, a phrase translated directly from another language.
Un logiciel calque sur le systeme americain propose un programme national conforme a l'education nationale en plus du programme francais.
Est-ce que le probleme d'Uber au Maroc aujourd'hui est calque sur ce qui s'est passe dans d'autres pays ?
The same holds for "semantic copy" used in place of "calque."
le calque, loan translation, le remplacement d'une langue, avec des elements d'une autre langue;
The word "calque" is very useful for understanding this chapter, but it is only through Shippey's summarization of the connections between the two works that the calquing becomes straightforward; Tolkien's use of the first third of Beowulf as a source for the Meduseld scenes actually forms, on closer examination, a concerted and pervasive rhetoric, built upon the calquing function.
Outre ce travail minutieux sur les mots, suite d'operations de verbalisation, la lecture dans Au Pays des sources devoile aussi que l'expression adoptee par l'auteur, pour narrer, revele une maniere hautement subtile de dire, en ecrivant l'histoire, une demarche qui se calque sur l'art du conte, art extraordinairement pur puisqu'il se ressource dans l'univers de l'innocence et de la candeur.
Lexical replication, which overlaps to a large degree with the traditional calque, can result in various changes, including the creation of a new word, semantic changes in an existing word, and changes in frequency.
Dans la courte histoire des medias numeriques, on n'a pas vu souvent des grosses societes des reseaux sociaux faire face a des signes d'essoufflement de leur rythme de croissance, qui demeure calque sur modele capitalise, c'est-a-dire soutenu et durable.
[phrase omitted] (calque of the Latin expression) 'maniac-depressive psychosis'; Eng.
2009) and "their continuum that goes from exoticism to total adaptation to the TL culture" (63)--exoticism, cultural borrowing, calque, communicative translation and cultural transplantation.