DVX: where could I get a terminology database?
Thread poster: IvonaH

Local time: 14:06
Jun 11, 2009


I ´m a freshman in using DVX. Please, can you advice me where I could get a terminology database? I know that it is possible to make an exchange or get it for free...thank you!

[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2009-06-11 13:37 GMT]


Attila Piróth  Identity Verified
Local time: 14:06
English to Hungarian
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Check out Glosspost and search the internet Jun 11, 2009

Check out ProZ.com's Glosspost first; there are lots of glossaries listed there, and you can specify the language pair and the subject field in the search window. Also, spend some time searching the internet -- there are lots of readily available glossaries out there and you can stumble on real treasures.

Make sure that you can handle basic technical issues – such as importing an Excel file or a two-column table in Word.

If you need more assistance, please specify what exactly you need.

Kind regards,


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