ANIMAL SCIENCE LEXICON STRUCTURE

Published in Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LVII
Written by Izabela OPREA

Our work will follow the major terminological lines requested by the new theories in the field. However for the beginning, we’ll follow the General Terminology Theory and we’ll make an overview of the general, specialized and technical lexicons, every terminologist has to work with. We’ll also exploit the difference between word and term, because we consider it to be an essential aspect not only for the interpreter and translator but also for the specialist. As a second research line, we’ll make an overview of the terminological entry due to its major importance in the treatment of any specialized text or speech. We know well that every terminological entry includes information on the concept related to a specialized field but also on related terms. Thus, the terminologist will deal with the fields related to the term (main term, grammar value, etymology, status, syntagms, synonyms) and on the concept (domain, sub-domain, definition, concept representation, explanatory context and relations among concepts). In order to better understand the treated terms we’ll also try to create a structure of the animal science lexicon, guiding ourselves on the syntactic aspect and taking into account the conceptual aspect for a future work.

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Oprea I. 2014, ANIMAL SCIENCE LEXICON STRUCTURE. Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LVII, ISSN 2285-5787, 204-207.


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