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dictionnaire avec définitions en français. THÈMES: # Vie Pratique * Vie quotidienne * Développement personnel * Santé - Bien-être * Cuisine - Vin * Jeux - Tests - Loisirs * Humour * Culture générale * Emploi - Carrière * Concours - Examens # Artisanat d'art - Loisirs créatifs * Travail du... View more

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French (Monolingual)

a Telecom helpful glossary

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English
French

Very interesting because it is not only a bilingual glossary but also has full explanation

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English (Monolingual)

FOLDOC is a searchable dictionary of acronyms, jargon, programming languages, tools, architecture, operating systems, networking, theory, conventions, standards, mathematics, telecoms, electronics, institutions, companies, projects, products, history, in fact anything to do with computing.

The dictionary has been growing since 1985 under the... View more

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English (Monolingual)

Telecoms glossary with English terms and Romanian explanations. Loading is a bit slow, please be patient.

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English
Romanian

An unofficial, but surprisingly helpful glossary of international telecoms terms used by this author in translating UIT documents. Not very user-friendly, but a mine of information, though do beware of some minor errors.

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English
French
English
French

PDF file, 479 pages, 2001. About 300 entries. "This glossary is the result of cooperation between institutions and organizations who are members of Realiter (the Panlatin Terminology Network)". • Lexique panlatin d'Internet / Léxico panlatino da Internet. • English (Canada), Catalan (Spain), French (France), Galician (Spain), Italian (Italy), Portu... View more

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Catalan
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French

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French

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Portuguese
Romanian
Spanish

PHP database, alphabetical index. Size: large. Last update: December 2001. English terms are defined and/or translated into French and/or Spanish. Much of the content is extracted from Web glossaries; the sources are mentioned, with their URLs. [2003-08-07]

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