Estud. filol.   no.58; Abstract: S0071-17132016000200007
Revistas Electrónicas UACh
Web Sistema de Bibliotecas UACh
Formulario de Contacto Revistas Electrónicas UACh (OFF)
Revistas Electrónicas UACh - Estudios filológicos
 
 no.58The figure of that wise man ̸ Who to be silent shows with the finger on the lip: The hapocratic gesture on an emblem of AlciatoPolitics of shame and exclusion: the crossbred subject in Adriana Pinda's Parias zugun  author indexsubject indexsearch form
Inicio revistaalphabetic serial listing  
-

Estudios filológicos
Print ISSN 0071-1713

 
  How to cite this article
  Add to favorites article
  Send to E-mail


Abstract

LOPEZ ZURITA, Paloma. Sherry Wine-making and Vineyard Terminology in English: A Case Study. Estud. filol., Nov. 2016, no.58, p.141-160. ISSN 0071-1713.

This paper presents the study of the sherry wine-making terminology (Spain) through a case study: the book Gatherings from Spain, of great impact in the 19th century. Our main purpose is to identify the linguistic mechanisms used to transfer from Spanish into English those elements so closely related to the anthropological traditional wine-making method in the Jerez area. Results show how the characteristics of the initial elements determine the type of mechanism used, depending on whether they refer to general scientific terms or to those related to the cultural customs of different geographic locations. These latter make up a local specific wine terminology, whose vocabulary, in many cases, has been incorporated into the target language.

Keywords: terminology; translation; viticulture; sherry; Jerez.

        · abstract in spanish     · text in spanish     · pdf in spanish


© 2020 • Facultad de Filosofía y Humanidades, Universidad Austral de Chile
Teléfono: 56 63 221022 • Fax: 56 63 221425 • Casilla 567 • Campus Isla Teja S/N • Valdivia • Chile
E-mail: