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Trusted Translations’ Green Policy

Waste Reduction Trusted Translations’ goal is to use Internet technology to decrease its printing costs and improve its overall environmental performance in several ways. Limited use of mail courier services – Try to encourage clients who insist on sending and receiving hard copies of materials to consider using alternative delivery methods when using our services.  […]

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How to determine the quality of a translation

Frequently, we are faced with the task of determining whether or not the translation we revise is good or bad. As professionals, our opinions should be well-grounded and not a result of our mood at that time or the friendship we have with the translator who delivered the product. There are some objective factors that […]

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Many critics, no defenders

“Many critics, no defenders, translators have but two regrets: when we hit, no one remembers, when we miss, no one forgets.” -Anonymous This is a well-known verse among translators, but is it really true? Are translators really given due credit for their work or are we destined to deliver translation after translation without the thanks […]

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The importance of information sources

In our daily task as translators, we face several different possibilities for the translation of a text, so, what is the best option when there are multiple possibilities? Some may have a more sophisticated style, some were already used by others in works published on the Internet, and finally, some are found in dictionaries or […]

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The Rise of Spanglish

The term Spanglish came into existence between 1965 and 1970 and refers to any expression in Spanish that borrows parts of English, especially as substitutions of Spanish words. The most common fields that use and abuse Spanglish are areas related to technology, since most of the products introduced into the market are in English. These […]

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The Benefits of Working with Original Editable Documents

Today, clients commonly deliver files in PDF format for a price quote for translation, edition and proofreading services. This format, which is very practical for sending a file through the Internet, cannot be edited, and thus, when the translation, edition and proofreading services are purchased, it would be helpful if the client would send the […]

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Tips for the Translator

For many agencies and translation service providers, the process of translation for client delivery involves more steps than simply the translation. It typically requires both an edition and proofreading stage before the document is ready for delivery. However, as translation is the first step in this process, also known as TEP (translation-edition-proofreading), delivering a quality […]

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Translation Experts

From the beginning of time there have always been conflicts between mankind, and in order to settle these matters without violence or reprisal, these parties come together before the courts so that an impartial third party can analyze the evidence presented by both sides and ascertain their claims. Without any kind of personal or commercial […]

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The Need for Polyglotism within Businesses

Today, national markets are just not enough when it comes time to market businesses’ products and services. Although a company may be successful on a national level, the competition is already massively prepared to compete abroad and thus increase their chances of attracting new clients. As a consequence, in order for a business to reach […]

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Maintaining Consistency within Text

As translators, we frequently work on high-volume projects, but keeping consistency within one or several documents can be tricky. In order to delivery a quality product to the client, we need to use the CONCORDANCE function within the TRADOS CAT (computer-aided translation) tool, which is widely used, or should be, among translators. In order to […]

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