"“Corralito” is a Spanish word used for the economic measures taken in 2001 in Argentina, when the government limited cash withdrawals from banks in a desperate battle to stop a run on banks and a huge devaluation.
The word “corralito” is the diminutive of “corral” which means “pen, playpen, animal pen” and is used with the meaning of “confining” or “small enclosure” due to the constraints imposed by the government by not allowing getting money from the banks. Given the fact that this extraordinary situation was well known all over the world, since that moment the term came to mean the corralling or ..."
Edited by Hendrik J. Kockaert and Frieda SteursKU Leuven & University of the Free State / KU Leuven & University of the Free State & Université Catholique de l'OuestHardbound – Available ISBN 9789027257772 | EUR 105.00 | USD 158.00 Terminology has started to explore unbeaten paths since Wüster, and has nowadays grown into a multi-facetted science, which seems to have reached adulthood, thanks to integrating multiple contributions not only from different linguistic schools, including computer, corpus, variational, socio-cognitive and socio-communicative linguistics, and frame-based semantics, but also from engineering and formal language developers.
The Department for General Assembly and Conference Management of the United Nations will host the 2015 International Annual Meeting on Computer-Assisted Translation and Terminology (JIAMCATT). JIAMCATT is part of the Working Group on Language Service
Importance of translation and terminology to run global business Externalization. Global market. International business. Three terms through which currently define the commercial activity around the world.
Last Friday, the Goethe Institute in Rome hosted an event organized by the Italian section of the DGT, in cooperation with AITI, Unilingue, STradE and Biblit, to celebrate the European Day of Languages. The event’s leitmotif was the evergreen “present and future of translation”.
“ The new social learning combines social media tools with a shift in organizational culture—a shift that encourages ongoing knowledge transfer and connects people in ways that make learning enjoyable. This excerpt from The New Social Learning, 2nd Edition, defines some social learning terms you should know.”
Join this 60 minute webinar hosted by Silvia Cerrella Bauer, terminology expert, to learn about the different roles that both the terminologist and terminology manager play in corporate terminology management.
Making Terminology fun is one of the goals of this blog. Sometimes it’s quite difficult to achieve, but I try to combine serious stuff with more fun stuff, when I can. Learning doesn’t have to be boring. So... Read More
The Digital Corpus of the European Parliament (DCEP) is now available from our Language Technology Resources webpage https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/en/language-technologies/dcep . DCEP is a multilingual sentence-aligned corpus with many parallel documents in up to 24 languages, consisting altogether of about 1.3 million words. Let us know how you use it.
Using correct terminology is important for parliamentary work and crucial for drafters and translators working on parliamentary documents. For that reason, TermCoord organises every three months a briefing with the intent of explaining the importance of terminology to all trainees of the European Parliament’s Directorate General for Translation. In the briefing, the TermCoord trainees and …
TermNet - TermNet is an international association of organizations, companies and institutions with an interest in all things that can be described by the term “terminology” TermWiki.com is an online terminology portal that allows users to search, upload, translate and share terms and definitions with other users (over 100 languages). TERMCAT (CA, ES, …
Terminology is as old as human language and I wanted to take a break to show you how it all started with a fun infographic and in future graphs will show you some more short but enlightening history.... Read More
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