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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...

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...
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Legal texts: a novel support for legalese

Legal texts are often carefully crafted by clever lawyers to be both general and precise. Such texts can be hard to understand for most...

EAFT Summit 2021

The European Association for Terminology (EAFT), in collaboration with TermCoord, has organised a European Terminology Summit on 25 November 2021. During the Summit, TermCoord will have the...

Terminology without Borders presented in Vilnius

On 22 October 2021, in the framework of the 4th Conference on Scientific, Administrative, and Educational Dimensions of Terminology, held in Vilnius (Lithuania), Rodolfo...

Interview with Joaquín García Palacios

Joaquín García Palacios has a PhD in Hispanic Philology, professor of Terminology (degree in Translation and Interpreting) at the University of Salamanca (Spain) and...
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Elpida Loupaki visited TermCoord

Last week I had the opportunity to carry out a study visit at the Terminology Coordination Unit (TermCoord) of the European Parliament, in the...
Agenda as a synonym to calendar and notebook

IATE term of the week: Agenda

Back to school or back to work? It is time to set out new goals and tasks for the last four months of 2021....
Video-Fix How Technology Influences Language feature

Video Fix: How Technology Influences Language?

Have you ever noticed how much your language has changed throughout time? This happens not only because of age or environmental factors, but also...

Video Fix: Slang is more than debased language

  Slang, or "short language", consists of a lexicon of non-standard, informal words and phrases which can refer to a precise social phenomenon, geographical location, and...
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