土豪大妈,6月六级翻译之土豪与大妈题材

  大学英语六级考试在2014年6月14日下午已经结束,周思成老师与长沙新东方第一时间为大家提供英语六级翻译题之土豪与大妈题材的考点解析及参考译文,供大家参考。

  2014年6月14日全国大学英语六级考试已结束,本次考试为多题多卷,新浪外语第一时间收集整理不同版本试题及参考答案,供考生参考,以下是2014年6月六级翻译参考答案及解析(沪江版):

  翻译一:

  中文热词通常反映社会变化和文化,有些在外国媒体上愈来愈流行。例如,土豪和大妈都是老词,但已获取了新的意义。

  中文热词通常反映社会变化和文化,有些在外国媒体上愈来愈流行。例如,土豪和大妈都是老词,但已获取了新的意义。

  土豪以前指欺压佃户和仆人的乡村地主,现在用于指花钱如流水或喜欢炫耀财富的人, 也就是说,土豪有钱,但是没有品位。大妈是对中年妇女的称呼,但是现在特指不久前金价大跌时大量购买黄金的中国妇女。

  土豪以前指欺压佃户和仆人的乡村地主,现在用于指花钱如流水或喜欢炫耀财富的人,也就是说,土豪有钱,但是没有品位。大妈是对中年妇女的称呼,但是现在特指不久前金价大跌时大量购买黄金的中国妇女。   

  土豪和大妈可能会被收入新版的牛津(OXford)英语词典,至今约有120中文加进了牛津英语词典,成了英语语言的一部分。

  土豪和大妈可能会被收入新版的牛津(OXford)英语词典,至今约有120中文加进了牛津英语词典,成了英语语言的一部分。 

  【点评】

  The Chinese heated wordsusually reflect social changes and culture, some of which areincreasingly popular with foreign media. Tuhao and dama, forexample, are both old words, but they get different meaningsnow。

  本篇翻译内容为“热词”反映社会现象,可见汉译英的选材范围包括中国文化、社会、经济、政治、科技等等各个方面,在备考时要注重全面,而且要注重平时的积累。相信对社会热点有所关注的话都能够准确理解原文内容,但是其中一些俗语的表达,比如“花钱如流水”等,要学会“意译”,表达出词语内涵而不是字对字翻译。

  The word tuhao used to meanrural landlords who  oppress their tenants andservants, while now it refers to people spending money withoutlimits or those showing off all around. That is to say, tuhaoowns  money rather than taste. The word dama isused to describe middle-aged women. However, it is regarded as aspecial word to  call those Chinese women whorushed to purchase gold when the gold price decreased sharply notlong ago。

  【参考译文】

  Tuhao and dama may be includedin the new Oxford dictionary. Up to now, about 120 Chinese wordshave been added  to it, becoming a part of Englishlanguage。

  Chinese buzzwords usually mirror changes and culture in the society, and some of them are increasingly used by foreign media. For example, though old word they are, tuhao and dama have taken on new meanings now。

  The word "tuhao" originally means urban lords who bully tenants and servants, but now it refers to rich people who enjoy squandering and flaunting their fortune. In other words, tuhao has much money but little taste. Meanwhile, originally meaning middle-aged women, the word "dama" is used to refer in particular to those Chinese women who snapped up gold when the price of gold plunged not long ago。

  It is likely that the two words will be included in the newest edition of the Oxford English Dictionary. Up to now, about 120 Chinese words have been listed in it and became part of the English language。

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