The 5th edition of “Why is terminology your passion?” is now...

TermCoord is delighted to announce the publication of the 5th e-book edition of “Why is terminology your passion?”, a compilation of interviews with well-known...
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Infractions Criminelles | A French-English Glossary

Translations for the courts, lawyer summons, indictments, arrest warrants, European search warrants… The list of translations requiring knowledge of criminal law terminology is endless....
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IATE History Now Available

As you all know we have been enjoying the new version of our main terminology database IATE 2 and its many fancy and state-of-the-art...
Revisiting the Greek and English Legal Term Pairs in the Domains of EU

Revisiting the Greek and English Legal Term Pairs in the Domains...

Culture is a very interesting phenomenon since it shapes, creates, and influences - amongst others - the legal system of a given society and...
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Terminology without Borders – Our University Partners

Our Terminology without Borders project is constantly growing! With the introduction of two new sub-projects on Environment (YourTerm ENVI) and Food (YourTerm FOOD) last...

Terminotics: a Computational Approach to Terminology

The increasing exchange of experiences and knowledge between the fields of Natural Language Processing (NLP), Information Retrieval, Corpus Linguistics, Computational Linguistics, Knowledge Engineering and...
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New Terminology without Borders Projects Launched

You may already know Terminology without Borders, a collaboration project between Parliament’s Terminology Coordination Unit (TermCoord) and universities, EU/UN agencies and international civil society...

Terminología sin fronteras: En Pantuflas with Rodolfo Maslias

En Pantuflas (Spanish for ‘in slippers’) is a weekly Spanish language podcast that aims to shine a light on the translation and interpreting profession....
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Terminology: an Introduction

There has been a lot of terminology talk in here, which makes sense considering that we are the European Parliament’s Terminology Coordination Unit. But...

The origins of the English language

"Where did English come from? When we talk about English, we often think of it as a single language. But what do the dialects...
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