1 استادیار دانشگاه علامة طباطبایی
2 استادیار دانشگاه علوم و معارف قرآن کریم
عنوان مقاله [English]
One may daresay that the foremost issue and problem in translation is to observe “Translation Equivalence Principle” so that the translated text to be the equivalent and all-out mirror against the original text. To obtain this goal, it is perfectly necessary to pay attention to semantic different layers, ranged from referential meaning to empirical, interactive, implicit, meanings, semantic units (sememe), conventional, stylistic, syntactic, and phonetic concepts of lexicons in equivalent- finding process.
Although, it is very difficult and sometimes impossible to create equilibrium and equality at all the given semantic levels and layers, but in order to purpose an equivalent, loyal, exact and correspondent translation to the source text, translator should make his/ her every effort in finding equivalents.
Review of purposed translations from Holy Quran denotes lack of the required and sufficient attention by the respected translators to Translation Equivalence Principle so that among types of lexicons meaning based on which kinds of equivalents may form, translators have generally transferred their referential meaning i.e. meaning in dictionary and lexical denotation while they have usually neglected other semantic layers and categories of lexicons.