Translation Glossaries from the Web
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The Microsoft Terminology Collection can be used to develop localized versions of applications that integrate with Microsoft products. It can also be used to integrate Microsoft terminology into other terminology collections or serve as a base IT glossary for language development in the nearly 100 languages available.
On-line bilingual (English<>Russian, French<>Russian, French<>English) full-text search corpus of major international treaties, conventions, agreements, protocols and other instruments.
Contains following collections: UN Basic Documents, Human Rights, International Justice, Disarmament/Peace, Environment/Meteorology, Humanitarian Law,... View more
Microsoft / Michal Boleslav Měchura | http://www.cainteoir.com/MSGloss.as...
An interface to the Microsoft Terminology Glossary and the Microsoft Community Glossary, two collections of Microsoft’s official computer terminology in English and 61 other languages.
EuroTermBank is a multilingual terminology portal providing a consolidated interface to comprehensive terminology resources on the Web. As of its release in 2006, it enables searching within approximately 600,000 terminology entries containing over 1.5 million terms in various languages. The initial focus of EuroTermBank is on the “new Europe”, inc... View more
Southern Methodist University, Department of Anthropology. Texas, USA | http://www.smu.edu/anthro/collectio...
Explanations of key anthropological and archaeological terms. May help facilitate understanding, digestion and translation.
Heritage Collections Council, Australia | http://amol.org.au/recollections/7/...
This glossary contains some of the most common terms used in the conservation and museum professions and some organisational information. Wherever possible, simple language rather than highly technical terms has been used.
The American Phytopathological Society | http://www.apsnet.org/online/common...
In 1978, The American Phytopathological Society established a committee to develop listings of plant pathogens and the diseases they incite. By act of APS Council, the common names in these listings are now official names for use in APS in APS journals and other publications. You may search the Common Names database by keyword or select one of the ... View more