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Can we analyse sentiments within financial terminology?

"Cause you know sometimes words have two meanings", sing Led Zeppelin in their masterpiece 'Stairway to Heaven'. And this must have been what Bill...

Resources for interpreting students

Whether you are an interpreting student, you are studying languages or you would like to interpret or translate for Europe, this collection of interpreting...

139 free tools suggested by professional translators

We are always looking for new useful tools that could help translators in their everyday tasks. This is why we were thrilled by Alina...

Please, do come in! When can a neologism enter a vocabulary?...

Whenever we find a word we don't know the meaning of we can always check it in a dictionary. Sometimes we take it for granted that...

Texting is Not the Death of Writing

Imagine for a second your life without texting – I bet it's quite scary to even think of that! Texting, even though being quite...

Discover new EUR-Lex

EUR-Lex is a service which provides free access to the documentary repository of European Union law in the 24 official languages of the EU....

EmojitalianoBot and EmojiWorldBot: new online tools and digital environments for translation...

EmojitalianoBot Francesca Chiusaroli (Professor of General and Applied Linguistics at the University of Macerata), Johanna Monti (Professor of Computational Linguistics and Translation Studies at the...

How to improve your interpretation skills? Visit ORCIT.eu!

ORCIT is a European Commission-funded, open access online resource for conference interpreter training, made by experienced EU conference interpreter trainers and e-learning technologists. Through the...

Now you can search all 268 EU Glossaries at once!

We have made the most popular terminology resource provided by TermCoord, the EU Glossaries, more easily accessible by adding the Google Custom Search function. All...

TermCoord’s Android App – Search on IATE on the fly!

Great news for all of you, “terminology fanatics”! If you ever need to consult IATE on your phone, now there is a new tool...
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