IATE Term of the Week

Every Friday we publish ‘IATE Term of the Week’, a term related to European current affairs in line with the EP’s agenda. The aim is to promote public IATE and to invite terminologists/translators/linguists to contribute their language equivalent and thus improve IATE.

IATE EU Trade Agreement

IATE Term of the Week: EU Trade Agreement

The EU Trade Agreement is a term signifying the form of the trade agreements, which are used by the European Union within the framework...
IATE Oil Spill

IATE Term of the Week: Oil Spill

On 25 July, the MV Wakashio, a Japanese owned cargo ship travelling from China to Brazil ran aground on a coral reef on the...

IATE Term of the Week: European Climate Law

On 4 March 2020, the European Commission presented the European Climate Law. As one of the measures taken as part of the European Green...

IATE Term of the Week: Hydrogen Economy

The ‘Hydrogen Economy’ is a relatively new type of industry. It is a sunrise industry which uses hydrogen, a low carbon fuel, for heat...

IATE Term of the Week: Heatwave

‘Heatwave’ is the compound word created in order to describe a period of unusually hot weather which “breaks on the shore of our everyday...
IATE Roma Holocaust

IATE Term of the Week: Roma Holocaust Memorial Day

This week, we dedicate the IATE Term of the Week to the European Roma Holocaust Memorial Day which is observed on 2nd August. Ahead...

IATE Term of the Week: FinTech

“FinTech” combines the first syllables of the words “Finance” and “Technology”. It is therefore easily concluded that the conceptual definition of this word is...
Internet of Things feature

IATE Term of the Week: Internet of Things

The “Internet of Things”, also known under the acronym ‘IoT’, is one of the most important interconnected technological systems of everyday life. It will...

IATE Term of the Week: Burnout

This week’s IATE term is “burnout”, a compound word of the past participle “burn” and the word “out”, which in this case functions as...

IATE Term of the Week: Distance Learning

It is always interesting to explore the ways in which negatively charged words - in terms of what kind of emotional impact they cause...
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