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Thu, 16.04.2015 02:29
Thanks very much for this. Jus t saved my day!
Sun, 27.10.2013 10:29
Thank you for this one, Carl - you just made my evening. There are so many interesting things coming in this R2 [...]

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Links to dictionaries

There are so many online dictionaries around these days that it's hard to know which ones to use. I've collated a good number of monolingual and bilingual resources I can recommend to translators working in English and German on my website. Click here to view them. A few dictionaries in other languages such as French and Danish are also included.



See this page of the website for links to English glossaries on business, politics, humanities and technical fields.



Links to patent-related terminology are also listed on a page of their own.



Online dictionary of the week: ProZ.com term search. This is a page of the Proz.com translators' portal where you can look up terms in various languages and see what translations other users have come up with. In Proz's own words, the search covers "translation dictionaries and glossaries for medical, legal, technical and other specialized terms, in Spanish, Italian, German, Chinese, Arabic and many other languages".

If that fails to help, you can ask other users if they happen to know a translation of your term by using the Kudoz feature.

Carl

P.S. Click here for a free list of dictionaries and other terminology resources I've been collating (just a simple html file).


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