I fail to see the connection with the laughing big Smurf. (?????)
Please enlight me.
It just made me laugh.
Of course, I also had an ulterior motive (don't we all?), which was to bounce my original post back to the top of the pile, and what better way to do that than with a "laughing Smurf", which, for reasons unknown to me, was the first thing that popped into my mind when running a Google image search, in search of something suitable.
So there you have it. I have revealed everything
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How many billion sentences would you have to have in a random TM, before they made any difference in your translation?
I don’t use these big resources to pre-translate my projects or to try to get meaningful fuzzy matches in my CAT tool; I primarily use them for concordance purposes, and/or to look up terms in (in TMLookup). For these purposes, these massive collections are a veritable treasure trove.
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