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Γλωσσάριο Brexit

Brexit has had a large impact linguistically as it has politically. The portmanteau, originally coined in 2012 following the pattern of Grexit (‘a term...

The most used terms during US elections

US presidential elections are scheduled for today, Tuesday 8th November 2016. For this reason we have been taking a look what were the most...

Top5 Articles of the Month on Terminology – April 2016

Every month we offer you a selection of our favourite articles and blog entries related to terminology, translation and interpretation. In case you missed...

EFSA’s new multilingual glossary of scientific terms

On 1st June, The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) published its first online, multilingual glossary of the key scientific terms used in EFSA’s communications. The...

IATE Term of the Week: Greywater

This week we decided to dedicate the IATE Term of the Week to the World Water Day, which occurs every year on the 22...
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Διάρκεια της εβδομάδας: Διαρροή άνθρακα

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

Top 10 Γλωσσάρια του Μήνα

Σήμερα συνιστούμε σε όλους τους ορολόγους εκεί έξω να διαβάσουν αυτό το διασκεδαστικό άρθρο του Wal Swisher, στο οποίο συγκρίνει την ορολογία και τα πλυντήρια — δύο...

Interview with Jan Blommaert

Every now and then TermCoord publishes a new interview with a well-known terminologist. This time it is all about Jan Blommaert (Dendermonde, Belgium, 1961), known...

Η αναγνώριση φωνής ενισχύει τις γλωσσικές σας δεξιότητες

Ακόμα κι αν έχετε μάθει ξένες γλώσσες για αιώνες, αυτό δεν σημαίνει ότι θα είστε ένας μεγάλος ομιλητής ή συγγραφέας -...

IATE Term of the Week: Escalation

As the conflict between Israel and Palestine continues to escalate as a result of the failure on a cease-fire attempt, we settled on escalation...
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