July 8, 2014 11:21 am
IATE, the EU’s living terminology database, can now be downloaded for specific needs. Some of the data contained in IATE will be easily accessible following a short download. The file contains about 8 million terms in all the 24 official EU languages, and will be provided in TermBase eXchange (TBX) format.
For further details and to download your copy, click here.
Inter-Active Terminology for Europe (IATE) recently celebrated its 10 year anniversary as a vibrant and living termbank after having been used by the language services of the EU institutions and agencies since 2004.
It is a living database in that it is constantly updated with new content. Indeed, it is estimated that in 2013, almost 97 000 new terms were added to the database, and even more were revised and modified.
To read more about IATE, click here.
Compiled by Oscar Larsson
Student at University of Glasgow, School of Social & Political Sciences
Communication Trainee at TermCoord
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