Terminology for external translators
IATE (InterActive Terminology for Europe) pools the terminology resources of the EU institutions and bodies to form the world’s most extensive terminology database. It contains close to 9 million terms in all the EU official languages and covers all areas of EU policy. It is constantly expanded and updated by EU terminologists and translators. For non-EU officials a password is needed to access it (provided by ETU).
They are created for particularly important – and linguistically or terminologically problematic – legislative procedures and packages. They contain a list of key terms on the topic of the procedure, extracted from relevant EP texts and other sources. The terms are prepared in IATE in all languages and the list of terms is posted on the TermCoord websites.
This is the communication and collaborative platform of the 13 Institutions, bodies and services managing IATE. It also gives access to the wikis for each EU language enabling language communities to cooperate and share resources in the field of terminology. Here you can find user-friendly instructions for creating an external EU login account giving access to EurTerm.
This is TermCoord’s public website. It contains several resources related to IATE and EU terminology as well as the Toolbox used by thousands of translation professionals all over the world (see also links below).
EU Glossaries is a collection of 223 multilingual glossaries from the several websites of the European Institutions and Agencies. It offers the possibility to search by term, category and language.
GlossaryLinks is a search tool giving access to a large and ever-expanding database of glossaries. You can search for specific glossaries and dictionaries by language, category, keyword and provider.
The public version of IATE enables, since 2007, EU citizens to search for specific terminology in any of the EU official languages. It contains more than 8 million terms which have been validated by EU terminologists.
DocHound is a one-stop reference page with links to various document types used in EU institutions or their respective search pages, where translators can find all kinds of reference documents they might need for their translations.
|IATE add-on tools enabling users to access and consult IATE more easily.|
A list of external linguistic websites specialised on terminology related content.
IATE Public provides the possibility to download TBX files filtered by languages and domains. Users can extract subsets of data as follows, using the extraction tool IATExtract.
These widgets give users the ability to see Termcoord’s most widely used tools and websites.
Our search tools provide the resources to reduce time spent searching for terminology.
A collection of the most relevant terminology databases worldwide.
A list of the EU agencies and their terminology resources.
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