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Use Wordfast remote translation memory as concordance reference in other CAT tools

Use Wordfast remote translation memory as concordance reference in other CAT tools | Living, learning, and laughing in Lexipensity | Scoop.it
I work for one agency, which only sends me remote TMs & glossaries for Wordfast as a reference. I don’t have a Wordfast license. However, there’s a neat hack to access these remote references in my favorite CAT tool without buying Wordfast. Wordfast has a free online service called Free TM or Wordfast Anywhere (www.freetm.com). …

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Google database reveals linguistic and cultural trends (Wired UK)

Google database reveals linguistic and cultural trends (Wired UK) | Living, learning, and laughing in Lexipensity | Scoop.it
The Googe Ngram Viewer reveals trends in words and cultural shifts through the popularity of phrases in five million books

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Converting Word Table Glossary to Wordfast Glossary

How to convert a Word table to a glossary that you can use in Wordfast.

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The definitive list of translatin blogs by Tranix Translations

The definitive list of translatin blogs by Tranix Translations | Living, learning, and laughing in Lexipensity | Scoop.it

The definitive list of translatin blogs by Tranix Translations


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15 common words that are (probably) made up | Articles | Home

15 common words that are (probably) made up | Articles | Home | Living, learning, and laughing in Lexipensity | Scoop.it
Do you use irregardless, firstly, administrate or undoubtably when you talk or write? Congratulations—you're making up words. Stop it.

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