IATE Term of the Week: Euro (at 20)

This year we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the introduction of the euro as a single currency in the European Union. Let us take...
Trdelnik

I·ATE Food Term of The Week: Trdelnik

If you have ever visited Prague, you must have noticed at least one place where they sell the highly sweet smelling Trdelnik! It is a...

IATE Term of the Week: Artificial Intelligence Act

The term “artificial intelligence” /AI/ was introduced in 1956. The earlier AI research focused primarily on solving simple problems and imitating basic human activity....

Smart Cities glossary enriched with two more languages

The Smart Cities glossary is one of the three sub-projects in the TECH field of Terminology without Borders. In our society, technological terminology and knowledge...

I·ATE Food Term of The Week: most read articles

Today’s article for the I-ATE Food Term of the Week brings you back to your favorite articles of the last months! As at TermCoord we...

IATE Term of the Week : European Globalisation Adjustment Fund...

The European Globalisation Adjustment Fund is a European solidarity fund which was created in 2007 with the aim of helping European workers who lost...
Parrozzo

I·ATE Food Term of the Week: Parrozzo

Parrozzo is a traditional Christmas cake from the city of Pescara, in Abruzzo (a region of central Italy), officially recognised as a traditional food...

IATE Term of the Week: President of the European Parliament

Each one of the three main European institutions has a President. You know from one of our previous articles that the role of the...

Funny Bulgarian Proverbs that will make your day

Since 2007 Bulgarian language has been one of the official languages of the 24 European Union. Almost 15 million people around the world, both...
Cebularz lubelski

I·ATE Food Term of the Week: Cebularz Lubelski

If you ever visit eastern Poland, you should definitely try its local delicacy – cebularz lubelski! Origins First references to cebularz lubelski date from the...
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