“Glossary” meaning – UGFTI

Glossary definition

Project glossary defined for translators and interpreters

 

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Let me guess… You have landed a translation project. Everything runs smoothly. You receive the files and even a glossary to complete the task! You start your translation and you are doing great! You are fine except for a few key terms that are crucial for the meaning of the text. You don’t panic because you know you have the wide and robust glossary specifically sent for this project, right? Well… guess what as a rule of thumb the glossary will never contain “the terms” YOU need so urgently. Translators’ luck.

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“Update installation” meaning – UGFTI

definition of update installation

Update installation defined for translators and interpreters

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Isn’t it just our luck, translators? We land a fairly large project and just before the deadline our computer will need an update installation to keep running smoothly. And guess what… the updates will keep being installed for ages, but don’t you dare to turn your computer off or you will have to start the process all again. So, yes, it is a dead end.

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“Potential translation job” defined

translation jobs

glossary for translators and interpreters

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Introducing a new service for translators and interpreters, this newly created glossary will bring definitions of words you may encounter daily in your inbox so you can better assess the steps ahead.

I hope a few of you will find it useful.

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Mantras for translators and how to land a job

Mantras for translators

Mantra to land a job

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Do you believe in the power of mantras? It won’t hurt to try at least, right?

You have the talent. You have the energy and the right skills. You are a professional translator willing to work for professional rates. Now it’s time to work on having the right mindset so that attractive projects start coming your way.

Repeat this mantra 108 times before breakfast and the right projects will find you.

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What sparks joy in translators

Written words spark joy in translators.

Written words spark joy in translators.

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February already underway! A good time to think about the year ahead and remind ourselves of what motivates us and sparks joy in us. Written words feed us and provide the ingredients we need to create, transform and communicate. Keep up the good work, translator!

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Christmas tree for translators

Christmas cards for translators

Christmas for translators

 

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This is the must-have Christmas tree for translators and interpreters. Share these season’s greetings with your colleagues sending them this translator friendly Christmas tree card.

Merry Christmas!

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A translator’s daily to-do list

Translator's to do list

Translator’s to do list

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You know you are a freelance translator when the only things in your to-do list are the ones above.

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Golden rules for booth interpreters: use short sentences

Interpreters Golden Rules. Use short sentences.

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This is the third cartoon inspired by a series of YouTube videos about interpreting featuring Dick Fleming, formerly organizer of EU Commission interpreter training course and subsequently trainer of trainers. In this video, Dick describes the initial “golden rules” for interpreter trainees.

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Golden Rules for aspiring interpreters by Dick Fleming: express your ideas clearly

Golden Rules for Interpreters: express ideas clearly

Golden Rules for Interpreters: express ideas clearly

 

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This is the second cartoon inspired by a series of YouTube videos about interpreting featuring Dick Fleming, formerly organizer of EU Commission interpreter training course and subsequently trainer of trainers. In this video, Dick describes the initial “golden rules” for interpreter trainees.

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