A good source for acronyms database
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Rafa Lombardino
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Jan 6, 2006

I just came across Acronyma, which is believed to be "the largest database of acronyms and abbreviations on the web". Well, I didn't find the specific acronyms I was looking for, but I couldn't help noticing that this website does offer databases in the following languages: English, Español, Français, Deutsch, Nederlands, Italiano, and Português. Hope you guys like it!

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Marcela García  Identity Verified
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Thanks, Rafa Jan 6, 2006

It is really helpful!

Have a nice weekend,

Marcela


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Prokop Vantuch  Identity Verified
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Acronymfinder.com Jan 6, 2006

Hi guys,

try to check www.acronymfinder.com.
I find it very useful, too.

Prokop


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avantix  Identity Verified
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Useful tips Jan 6, 2006

Both tips are very helpful. Added those to my favourites. Thanks a lot.

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Hipyan Nopri  Identity Verified
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Thanks so much Rafa and Prokop Jan 7, 2006

Your links are really useful to me as English-Indonesian freelancer.

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Debora Villa
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Thanks!! Jan 7, 2006

Thank you both very much!!
Have a nice weekend


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Rafa Lombardino
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Looks like it, but searches in other languages Jan 8, 2006

Prokop Vantuch wrote:

Hi guys,

try to check www.acronymfinder.com.
I find it very useful, too.

Prokop



Hi, Prokop:

I have been using AcronymFinder for a while now, but I believe it only searches terms in English (or those that the English language has borrowed from foreign languages).

What really caught my eye was that this other source searches the its database in different languages. Besides, you can also submit an acronym that you're sure of, but couldn't find there.

Cheers!


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Prokop Vantuch  Identity Verified
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Acronymfinder is a sufficient source for me. Jan 8, 2006

Rafa Lombardino wrote:

Prokop Vantuch wrote:

Hi guys,

try to check www.acronymfinder.com.
I find it very useful, too.

Prokop



Hi, Prokop:

I have been using AcronymFinder for a while now, but I believe it only searches terms in English (or those that the English language has borrowed from foreign languages).

What really caught my eye was that this other source searches the its database in different languages. Besides, you can also submit an acronym that you're sure of, but couldn't find there.

Cheers!


Hi Rafa.

Good point. For me, acronymfinder.com has been a sufficient source by now, as I work in the combination English-Czech. Therefore, I mostly need only English and Czech acronyms. English acronyms can be found at acronymfinder.com, and since there is no such database for Czech acronyms of which I'm aware, I simply have to google the desired acronym/abbreviation.
Anyway, I'm definitely adding the other source to my favorites.

Prokop


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Christian
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Thank you, Rafa. Jan 8, 2006

It's definitely a useful site for translators. Added it to my favourites. Thanks a lot.

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A Hayes
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thanks for sharing Jan 12, 2006

will add it to my resources page.

cheers,
a.


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