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大家好,

我想翻译这些词。背景是一个杂志社的。 我知道 总编 就是 rédacteur en chef 可是 关于 主编 我莫名其妙。我早想到把它翻译成 éditeur 或者 éditeur en chef 不过我不太肯定。原来,对记者的专业词汇不太熟悉。因此,我需要你们的帮衬。 若有人知道,就告诉我啊。 多谢!🙏

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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because this question is asking for a French translation – Aurus Huang Sep 9 '19 at 1:00
  • What ? But those are Chinese terms ! It’s not off topic – Mat Sep 9 '19 at 6:04
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主编

Grand Ricci

Rédacteur en chef (d'un ouvrage collectif).

KEF

1 rédacteur en chef, compilateur en chef
2 éditer (une publication)

FLTRP

rédacteur en chef

CFDICT

1 rédacteur en chef 2 diriger la rédaction


总编

CFDICT

rédacteur en chef (de journal)


Also:

Wikipedia's page for 总编辑 mirrors to the french page for Rédacteur en chef. But the original Chinese page does also mention:

总编辑,也称总编、主编

So it looks like the Chinese terms are quite interchangeable amongst themselves. 主编 also redirects to the page for 总编辑. I would try not to get too caught up in the semantics of the words.


This seems to be quite a complicated question actually. It's quite a hard one to translate properly and it depends on the context. You can see here for more info here. According to the article one way of translating these back into English is:

  • 主编 = Managing editor

  • 总编 = Executive editor

So 主编 might be something like Chef d'édition.

  • This seems to be quite a complicated question actually. It's quite a hard one to translate properly and it depends on the context. You can see here for more info: share.america.gov/zh-hans/editors – user3306356 Sep 6 '19 at 8:35
  • It’s not easy indeed. Thanks for your input, I appreciate that. Yes, at first I wanted to translate 总编 as rédacteur en chef and 主编 as chef d’édition. Plus, it seems to me that 总编 is the person in charge and supervises 主编, right ? Plus there’s only one rédacteur en chef but there can be many chef d’édition, am I right ? – Mat Sep 6 '19 at 14:11
  • Actually I just nailed it ! Directeur de la rédaction : 总编and 主编 is rédacteur en chef ! 谢谢你 🙏 – Mat Sep 6 '19 at 14:25

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