Analysis on Choosing and Determination of Word Meaning in Translation Practice of English for Electric Power



English for Electric Power with its characteristics of flexibility, brevity, correctness and standard bears specialized features on its own. In the translation practice of English for Electric Power, the appropriate choosing and determination of word meaning should be attached great importance. Translators can make the best choice of word meaning according to different word class, study field, appropriate expression as well as simple or plural form of Electric Power lexis.


English for electric power; Choosing of word meaning; Determination of word meaning

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