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Looking for an English > German glossary for website translations
Thread poster: Claudia Dvorak
Claudia Dvorak  Identity Verified
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Aug 6, 2004

Is there an English > German glossary for website translations somewhere? Things like "Register here to receive our newsletter"?????

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Stefan Keller  Identity Verified
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Pretty much the client's call Aug 6, 2004

Hi Claudia,

I don't know about glossaries like that, which, obviously, does not mean that there aren't any out there.
However, I'm quite sure that there's no "generic" translation for the example you mentioned. At first thought only, three possible translations for "register" come to my mind in this context, and none of them is *better* or *more correct* than the other.

How to phrase your translation should be either determined by a global terminology list provided by the client or simply by using common sense.

For standard terms, and if no such terminology list exists, it's always a good idea to consult the MS glossaries.

Best regards,
Stefan


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Claudia Dvorak  Identity Verified
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Thank you for your input Aug 6, 2004

Where can I find the MS glossaries?

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Oleksandr Artyukov
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Vielleicht werden diese Links Ihnen vom Nutzen sein Aug 6, 2004

Begriffe aus der Fachsprache http://home.t-online.de/home/WernMannsd/abc.htm
http://www.nofronts.de/woerterbuch/
BID-Glossar - Auszug zum Thema elektronisches Publizieren / elektronische Publikationen
http://141.20.126.21/~mbank/epub.html
Babylonia ist ein kostenloses und sehr beliebtes, englisch-deutsches und englisch-französisches Wörterbuch für Informatikfachbegriffe.
http://www.babylonia.org.uk/
Das Informationstechnik-Glossar von IT Research http://www.it-research.net/de/info/glossary/a/index.htm


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Stefan Keller  Identity Verified
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MS Glossaries Aug 6, 2004

Here's the link to the Microsoft Glossaries:

ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/developr/msdn/newup/glossary


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Claudia Dvorak  Identity Verified
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THANK Y'ALL Aug 7, 2004

Thank you so much. I'll try all of your suggesstions!

Claudia


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