Monthly Archives: April 2010

What is Interpretation?

This is a good moment to clarify exactly what is meant by interpretation. According to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary, “interpret” means: 1 : to explain or tell the meaning of : present in understandable terms <interpret dreams> <needed help interpreting the results> 2 : to conceive in the light of individual belief, judgment, or circumstance : construe […]

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OmegaT

Is a tool used to carry out comparative language studies by using a translation memory. History of the Program It was created by Keith Godfrey in 2000. At first, it was written in C++, but in February of 2001 the first Java version was launched on the market.  At this point in its development it […]

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Lingobit Localizer

There are an array of tools to work with us when carrying out the tasks of translation and localization. Today I would like to discuss Lingobit Localizer and its helpful features. What is Lingobit Localizer? It is a tool that works with translation and localization of software applications that allows for collaboration between translators, project […]

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Wordfast

One of the staunchest competitors of TRADOS in the computer assisted translation market is Wordfast. How it Appeared on the Market This program was created by the Frenchman Yves Champollion in the beginning of 1999, as there were not many translation memory programs on the market, and those available were very expensive.  In a word, […]

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Telephone Interpretation

In today’s globalized world, the need to close the gap between two different languages grows stronger each day. This can be achieved with the translation of a document or through interpretation services at a meeting, seminar, or in this case, a phone call. For this reason, telephone interpretation has been growing in size and importance […]

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