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1 In addition to the main points made above, one may notice that the REB also clarifies the meaning of the Av·s now archaic word 'concluded' and of 'unbelief'. Interjections and rhetorical questions are also idiomatic and grammatical features that are of particular importance for translators. The typically Semitic 'behold' as an interjection does not always need to be translated literally. In 2 Cor. 9 (Av) Paul describes himself and his fellow-Christians as people who, for a11 their humiliations, cannot easily be written off: to the world they are 'as dying, and, behold, we live' .

287. l. The Freedom of New Idiom 27 which is shed for many'. In English the word 'many' here can sound very limiting. as though it meant 'many in contrast to all'. whereas in fact the Semitic idiom carries rather the meaning of 'many in contrast to one'. Behind that point lies the fact that Hebrew and Aramaic may be said to have no word for 'all' in the plural. 24. 'The "many" should be understood in the Semitic sense as designating a great number without restriction'. Toe usage in Mark echoes such Old Testament phrases as 'he shall justify many' and 'he bare the sin of many' (Isa.

24. 17, where Saul says to the rebel David, 'The right is on your side not mine; you have treated me so well; I have treated you so badly'. The AV has, 'Thou art more righteous than I; for thou hast rewarded me good, whereas I have rewarded thee evil'. In 1 Sam. 28, 29, in another story about David, we find a phrase that is especially hard to translate well. The young David had been sent to take food to his brothers who were fighting against Goliath and the Philistines. He asked some of the men in the army what reward would be given to the man who killed Goliath.

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