"Glossary of vocational education, training (VET) and labour market terms.
In order to be constructive and efficient, communication and dialogue need to be based on a common understanding of ideas, topics and terms, in particular when dealing with technical issues. During the first 2 years of activities of the ETF inTurkey, it became very clear that, in order to contribute to an effective local debate on vocational education training and employment, it would have been necessary: - to agree on a common meaning and understanding of Turkish terms related to above fields; - to provide the corresponding term intoEnglish, French and German in order to facilitate the participation of Turkey in the international debate related to on-going developments in these areas.
For this reason, the Turkish Employment Agency (ISKUR) asked to the ETF in 2003 to provide both the financial and technical support for the elaboration of Turkish/English/French/German Glossary of VETand labour market terms. The project has been implemented by the ETF’s NationalObservatory hosted by ISKUR. As possible models, the ETF has provided to Turkish experts the Glossaries which have been produced through an ETF’s pilot project in 1997 and a more up-dated one produced by CEDEFOP."
"Some 20-25 years ago, Prof. Dr. Ahmet Kocataş has proposed to carry out a study about the terms and definitions frequently used in the fields of the marine biology and fisheries. This important proposal was a pleasant idea; but unfortunately we have never had the chance to realize this work together during the recent years.
In this version of the study the priority is given to the translation of terms from English into Turkish with brief explanations. English terms are followed by Turkish equivalents so far present.
In this present work different resources have been utilized and will be continuously used also in future work. However I would like to mention especially the three references from those I most commonly benefited. One of these is the Dictionary of Ichthyology, Brian W. Coad ve Don E. McAllister, 2005. Another one is the “FishBase” Froese, R., Pauly, D., (Edits) 2006, from where I gathered main properties of fishes along the Turkish coasts and Mediterranean Sea. And the third reference is the webpage http://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ from where I compiled all information about the families of fishes.
During the Workshop of the Ninth Development Plan, I have declared my issue to Dr. Bayram Öztürk. Later, in the activity report of Turkish Sea Research Foundation in April 2006, I have learned with pleasure that this Foundation established a widespread working group on the same ..."
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Açıklama ve Örnekli İngilizce Türkçe Deyimler Sözlüğü - A comprehensive English Turkish Dictionary of Idioms with Examples.
An open English Turkish idioms dictionary project with a preloaded English idioms index. Currently, there are more than 10,000 entries in the index database of which some 1,400 idioms, phrasal verbs and proverbs are already translated. The dictionary is open to moderated user contributions.
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