New ENFRDE glossaries online (pipeworks, cutting tools)
Thread poster: AAFTT
AAFTT
Local time: 20:56
German to French
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Mar 10, 2004

Good morning, with a bit of snow here in Paris,

My customers leaving me for some time alone, I managed to terminate and almost debug two new 'trilingual' glossaries, one about pipeworks, and another one about cutting tools (my specialty, odd that I did not make it before, actually).

Just go on http://aaftt.free.fr, then go on the technical platform, and from there you can go to the glossary you wish. I counted about 1300 technical terms for now.

Next to come are one big glossary about automotive engineering and another big one about chemistry (with formulas when available), I shall keep you informed.

There are also about 120 links to internet sites about mechanics and general business, I shall implement this part '''shortly'''.

I herewith claim again my interest in spreading out those glossaries southwards, i.e. adding Italian and Spanish. So if anyone is interested, do not hesitate to contact me.

Of course, these pages are totally free and are intended to help translators and technicians who are looking for the 'right word in the right place'.

If you see anything on this site that makes you laugh or scream or bark, do not hesitate to contact me. I try my best. Any other idea is welcome, for no idea is stupid, as long as it is expressed.

As we say on the net: HTH

Olivier RAMILLON
AAFTT
http://aaftt.free.fr


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Birch
Local time: 19:56
Italian to English
Italian Mar 10, 2004

AAFTT wrote:

Good morning, with a bit of snow here in Paris,

My customers leaving me for some time alone, I managed to terminate and almost debug two new 'trilingual' glossaries, one about pipeworks, and another one about cutting tools (my specialty, odd that I did not make it before, actually).

Just go on http://aaftt.free.fr, then go on the technical platform, and from there you can go to the glossary you wish. I counted about 1300 technical terms for now.

Next to come are one big glossary about automotive engineering and another big one about chemistry (with formulas when available), I shall keep you informed.

There are also about 120 links to internet sites about mechanics and general business, I shall implement this part '''shortly'''.

I herewith claim again my interest in spreading out those glossaries southwards, i.e. adding Italian and Spanish. So if anyone is interested, do not hesitate to contact me.

Of course, these pages are totally free and are intended to help translators and technicians who are looking for the 'right word in the right place'.

If you see anything on this site that makes you laugh or scream or bark, do not hesitate to contact me. I try my best. Any other idea is welcome, for no idea is stupid, as long as it is expressed.

As we say on the net: HTH

Olivier RAMILLON
AAFTT
http://aaftt.free.fr


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