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Russian linguist Roman Jakobson has originated the term intersemiotic translation indicating that the translator, instead of paying attention to the verbal signs, concentrates more on the information that is to be delivered. Thus, this is an activity that enables us to redesign the translation process from new and, sometimes even, unexpected points of view. We can transfer the concept of text to any work, even musical, pictorial, filmic works and so on.