GlossPost: Ceramic materials glossary (eng > eng)
Thread poster: jccantrell

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Jul 23, 2003

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Title: Ceramic materials glossary

Source language(s): eng

Target language(s): eng



Found it while surfing.

English only, but looks quite specialized



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Pat Jenner
Local time: 03:06
German to English
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confirmation Jul 24, 2003

As an enthusiastic hobby potter I was delighted to see this posted. I can confirm that the technical terms are accurate, though the usage is US rather than UK (for instance, in the UK we say bisque-fired rather than once-fired). I have found a French ceramics site ( It's mainly in French, with a monolingual French glossary, but some sections are in both French and English and there is a multilingual glossary which, allowing for idiosyncratic spelling, is pretty accurate for English. I'll see if I can find some German and Dutch sites when time permits.


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GlossPost: Ceramic materials glossary (eng > eng)

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