Slow Rebellion, or the Revenge of Descriptivist Dictionary Makers

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oq7XJizfPo In this week’s Video Fix Termcoord invites you to listen to a talk on a very unlikely subject: the rebellion of lexicographers, or how...
Digital Services Act

Διάρκεια της εβδομάδας: Νόμος για τις ψηφιακές υπηρεσίες

Digital services are rapidly evolving and shaping the way in which many citizens of the EU live and work. Such services include, for example,...

TermCoord at the University of Luxembourg

Since 2012, TermCoord has been cooperating with university terminology and language departments on terminology projects for feeding IATE. The students work on terminology projects,...
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ΤΡΟΦΙΜΑ ΤΗΣ ΕΒΔΟΜΑΔΑΣ: Μπισκότα ντε Νόελ

'Cause we need a little controversy If you recall our Manala article, you may remember that Alsatians are fond of having various names for the...

Προφυλάξτε τον εαυτό σας... έρχεται!

Το 1755, ο Δούκας της Λωρραίνης Stanislas Leszczynski, έδωσε ένα δείπνο στο αξιοθαύμαστο κάστρο του Commercy. Κατά τη διάρκεια του γεύματος, έμαθε ότι...

EU agency glossaries added to TermCoord’s linguistic resources!

  TermCoord is dedicated to providing translators and terminologists with high quality, trustworthy glossaries in different domains. The glossary links section is one of the...

The IATE term of the week is “money laundering”

This week we have chosen the term “money laundering” since it is one of the most important battles of the EU. (Read more) You can check...

Διάρκεια της εβδομάδας: ΠΡΑΣΙΝΟΣ

This week was the plenary session of the European Parliament in Strasbourg and MEPs voted on reforms to the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). The...

Η άνοδος του hashtag

In recent times, Twitter has become a real stepping stone for the hashtag. How many times did we use this strange symbol before? Its...

Top 5 Articles of the Month on Terminology – October 2016

Every month we offer you a selection of our favourite articles and blog posts on terminology. In case you missed them, you can catch...
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