The phobias you should know about

Phobias are irrational intense fears of certain objects or situations, despite the awareness of them not being actually dangerous. They are not simple fears...

I·ATE Food Term of the Week: Sol over Gudhjem

It is summer. You sit on the harbour enjoying the light breeze from the sea. You look across the water and catch a glimpse...
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IATE Term of the Week: Thesaurus

We celebrated Thesaurus Day on the 18th of January. This is the perfect occasion to take a deeper look into the origin of this...

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  This week Members of the European Parliament gathered in Strasbourg for a plenary session. Not only a historic vote took place by which the...

IATE Term of the Week – Austerity Policy

This week we have chosen the term “austerity policy”, following the wave of protests across Europe this week, against the current European situation. We invite...
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Circular Economy in the EU: a Terminographic Investigation

Circular economy aims to move from linear economy by increasing the efficiency in product economy and limiting the environmental impact and resource wasting during...

IATE Term of the Week: Maillot

A new edition of the Tour de France begun last Saturday and it will keep around 200 men pedalling across France and some parts...

IATE term of the week: Monetary Union

With a whole new year ahead, politics and economy experts are discussing again the need to bring Europe's monetary union to its "logical conclusion"...

Student visit – University of Luxembourg

On March 11, TermCoord welcomed students from the University of Luxembourg. It's the second time that a group from the university has visited TermCoord....

From Esperanto… to Euro-English!

Do you remember Esperanto? Or other utopian, artificial made languages? What about a universal language, shared among the countries of EU? This is a...
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