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Definition of Metaphrased

Metaphrased
Metaphrased Met"a*phrased, a. Translated literally.

Meaning of Metaphrased from wikipedia

- Metaphrase is a term referring to literal translation, i.e., "word by word and line by line" translation. In everyday usage, metaphrase means literalism;...
- pół" ("Half-and-half"). One of the two chief approaches to translation, "metaphrase"— also referred to as "formal equivalence", "literal translation", or...
- Unlike a metaphrase, which represents a "formal equivalent" of the source, a paraphrase represents a "dynamic equivalent" thereof. While a metaphrase attempts...
- μετάφρασις (metaphrasis, "a speaking across"), has supplied English with "metaphrase" (a "literal", or "word-for-word", translation)—as contrasted with "paraphrase"...
- sentence. In translation theory, another term for "literal translation" is "metaphrase"; and for phrasal ("sense") translation — "paraphrase." Literal translation...
- extension, which he called paraphrase, orthophrase, and metaphrase (otherwise paraphrase and metaphrase being translation terms). Paraphrase defines a facility...
- American Bible) Ecclesiastes at Bible Gateway (New King James Version) A Metaphrase of the Book Of Ecclesiastes by Gregory Thaumaturgus. Ecclesiastes public...
- proposed dividing translation into three parts called: metaphrase, paraphrase and imitation. Metaphrase is word-for-word and line by line translation from...
- scene. In his own words, The way I have taken, is not so streight as Metaphrase, nor so loose as Paraphrase: Some things too I have omitted, and sometimes...
- the 17th century, translation has been divided into three approaches: metaphrase (word-for-word translation), paraphrase (i.e. “say in other words”), and...
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