I·ATE Term of The Week: European Easter Dishes

Easter season is already here, which means that the colourful eggs and the delicious chocolate bunnies are back. Easter is the biggest Christian holiday...
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IATE Term of the Week: Carbon Leakage

Carbon Leakage is a term that originated within the walls of EU institutions. It is a phenomenon that happens when businesses generating a high...

Video-Fix: Translanguaging

If you can sprechen several langues, you certamente do this from time zu Zeit. Yes, we are talking about translanguaging, a thought-provoking linguistic phenomenon. According to Ofelia García, translanguaging is the act performed by bilinguals...

I·ATE Term of The Week: Zeppole di San Giuseppe

Whether they be baked or fried, filled with custard or whipped cream, topped with cherries in syrup or chocolate sprinkles, the Neapolitan zeppole di San...

IATE Term Of The Week: Single-use plastic

The EU is tackling single-use plastic products (SUPs) and is promoting sustainable alternatives. Single-use plastic items are often used once, or for a short...
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Video-Fix: Baguette and “Baguetiquette”

The French love their bread. A proof of this statement is the French idiom “long comme un jour sans pain” (long as a day...

I·ATE Term of The Week: Sachertorte

Vienna’s squares, avenues and tiny streets, lined with luxurious restaurants and humble coffee houses, are the Eden for sweet lovers. The tempting flavours of cinnamon, chocolate,...
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IATE Term of the Week: Conference on the Future of Europe

A joint declaration of the presidents of the European Parliament, Commission and Council of the European Union set the scene for the Conference on...

Legal Terminology Workshop

The Terminology Coordination Unit of the European Parliament recently organised an online workshop on legal terminology. On 12 March, 265 language professionals, translators and...

I-ATE Term of the Week: Pretzel Sunday

Every year, on the fourth Sunday of Lent, Luxembourgers celebrate Pretzel Sunday. In sync with the Easter Season, we present to you the I-ATE...
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