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SOURCE:   Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2017. № 1. Part 1. P. 146-149.
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TERM FORMATION IN ENGLISH, GERMAN AND RUSSIAN LOGISTICS TERMINOLOGY

Myuller Yuliya Eduardovna
Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University)


Abstract. This paper discusses differences in term formation of logisitics terminology in English, German and Russian. In logistics terminology there are three main ways to form new terms: the use of existing resources, the modification of existing resources and the creation of new linguistic entities. Using of existing resources includes concept extension and metaphor. The most common method for naming new concepts is modifying existing terms by derivation, compounding, creating phrasal terms, conversion, compression (abbreviation, acronymy). Many logistics terms in German are borrowings from English and in Russian loan translations (calques) from English.
Key words and phrases: терминология логистики, словообразование в терминологии, словосложение, конверсия, сокращение, заимствование, калькирование, logistics terminology, term formation, compounding, conversion, compression, loanwords, loan translations.
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