The notion of equivalence in bilingual lexicography remains vague and ambiguous. The presence of different terminologies only further accentuates the confusion between lexicographic equivalence and other typologies. In this article, we propose to revisit the notion of equivalence by introducing equidistance. Thus, we present a two-level analysis model for calculating the equidistance ratio between all pairs of possible equivalents.

La notion d'équidistance en lexicographie bilingue

DE GIOVANNI, COSIMO
2013

Abstract

The notion of equivalence in bilingual lexicography remains vague and ambiguous. The presence of different terminologies only further accentuates the confusion between lexicographic equivalence and other typologies. In this article, we propose to revisit the notion of equivalence by introducing equidistance. Thus, we present a two-level analysis model for calculating the equidistance ratio between all pairs of possible equivalents.
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La notion d’équivalence en lexicographie bilingue reste toujours vague et ambiguë. La présence de différentes terminologies ne fait qu’accentuer encore plus la confusion entre l’équivalence lexicographique et les autres typologies. Dans cet article, nous proposons de revisiter la notion d’équivalence en introduisant celle d’équidistance. Ainsi, nous présentons un modèle d’analyse, à deux niveaux, pour le calcul du rapport d’équidistance entre tous les couples d’équivalents possibles.
Lexicographic equidistance; Lexicography; Bilingual dictionary
Équidistance lexicographique; Lexicographie; Dictionnaire bilingue
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