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English translation: content provider

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Turkish term or phrase:içerik sağlayıcı
English translation:content provider
Entered by: Umit Altug
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07:38 Mar 23, 2002
Turkish to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Turkish term or phrase: içerik sağlayıcı
Firma hem internet sağlayıcı hem içerik sağlayıcılar temin edecektir.
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content provider
Explanation:
content provider
A Web site that provides dynamic and updated information on a consistent basis on the Internet. This information, or content, can be in the form of news, entertainment, games, employment listings or dictionary terms. The term "content provider" originated from "online service providers (OSP)" such as AOL that provided updated news and information for a subscription charge. Most major content providers on the Internet, such as CNET and MSNBC, provide their service to users for free.

NetLingo Classification: Web Site
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murat karahan
Turkey
Local time: 09:12
Grading comment
Thanks. I thought it must be but it is an important term in the translation and I wante to be sure.
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5 +5content provider
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content provider


Explanation:
content provider
A Web site that provides dynamic and updated information on a consistent basis on the Internet. This information, or content, can be in the form of news, entertainment, games, employment listings or dictionary terms. The term "content provider" originated from "online service providers (OSP)" such as AOL that provided updated news and information for a subscription charge. Most major content providers on the Internet, such as CNET and MSNBC, provide their service to users for free.

NetLingo Classification: Web Site


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murat karahan
Turkey
Local time: 09:12
Native speaker of: Native in TurkishTurkish
PRO pts in pair: 65
Grading comment
Thanks. I thought it must be but it is an important term in the translation and I wante to be sure.

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