Author

Department of Foreign Languages, Sepahan University

Abstract

Technical terminology has a significant role in translation of technical or scientific texts. Unfortunately, most of research in this area has not perceived the
urgent need for a model to analyze or shown how translate technical or scientific terminology. In this paper, the researcher attempts to designs a workable model
for translation of technical or scientific terminology. The major aim of this model is to provide a real equivalence for both one word terms and above words terms.
The design of such a model benefits from different theories about equivalence and approaches that are used for finding real equivalence which translation studies
especially technical translation are still lacking.

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