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WORD OF THE DAY:
Breviloquent
brə-VIL-ə-kwent
Part of speech: adjective
Origin: Latin, mid-19th century

1- (of a person, speech, or style of writing) using very few words; concise.

Examples of Breviloquent in a sentence

« Usually he was breviloquent, but he went into great detail when describing his favorite book. »

« If you find it hard to be breviloquent, ask someone to edit your paper before submitting it for a grade. »

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PhilomathFI-lə-mathPart of speech: nounOrigin: Ancient Greek, early 17th century 1A lover of learning; a student or scholar, especially of mathematics, natural philosophy, etc2(obsolete) An astrologer or prognosticator.   Examples of Philomath in a sentence « If I’ve earned a reputation for anything, I hope it’s for being a philomath. » « Go back in the family tree, and you’ll find quite a few wise women and even a philomath. »

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Axiomatic
ak-see-ə-MAD-ik
Part of speech: adjective
Origin: Greek, late 18th century

1- Self-evident or unquestionable.
2- (Mathematics) Relating to or containing axioms.

Examples of Axiomatic in a sentence

« You might think the solution is axiomatic, but I need more evidence. »

« The suggestion to extend the deadline was axiomatic, and the vote was unanimous. »

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Basilisk
BA-sə-lisk
Part of speech: noun
Origin: Greek, 13th century

1-A mythical reptile with a lethal gaze or breath, hatched by a serpent from a cock’s egg.
2-A long, slender, and mainly bright green lizard found in Central America, the male of which has a crest running from the head to the tail. It can swim well, and is able to run on its hind legs across the surface of water.

Examples of Basilisk in a sentence:

« As the local folklore told, the cave of treasures was protected by a 10-foot basilisk. « 

« I thought it was a gecko, but the guide informed me that it was a basilisk. »

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Euphoria
yoo-FOR-ee-ə
Part of speech: noun
Origin: Greek, late 17th century

1- A feeling or state of intense excitement and happiness.

Examples of Euphoria in a sentence

« When they were announced as the winner, the entire cast and crew shouted with euphoria. »

« I felt the strongest sense of euphoria in my life on the day my son was born. »

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Snuggery
snə-ɡə-ree
Part of speech: noun
Origin: British English, early 19th century

1- A cozy or comfortable place, especially someone’s private room or den.
2- Another term for snug, a small, comfortable public room in a pub or inn.

Examples of Snuggery in a sentence

« The hidden snuggery behind the kitchen is my favorite room in the house. »

« The extra room was supposed to be an office, but it turned into a reading snuggery. »

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Ethnography
eth-NAH-ɡrə-fee
Part of speech: noun
Origin: French, early 19th century

1- The scientific description of the customs of individual peoples and cultures.

Examples of Ethnography in a sentence

« The required reading touched on the ethnography of the country, not just the history. »

« You can be a tourist, but you can also immerse yourself into a culture’s ethnography. »

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WHAT’S A GOOD TRANSLATION PROCESS ?

You’d think, as a company, we’d say translation technology makes a good translation process. And sure, it definitely has a part to play. But actually, we argue that it’s the humans involved each step of the way – from clients, to sales staff, project and vendor managers, the accounts team, and last but by no means least, vendors.

Client management
Let’s begin with your clients. What does a good translation process mean for your clients? Put simply, they want their project delivered, to high quality, and on time. But these days, this is often considered the bare minimum.

To really make your clients happy, you need to have an in-depth understanding of what they want, and you need to keep in regular contact. You need to respond to any queries quickly, proactively ask questions to make sure you’ve got all the information you need, flag potential issues, and seek and act on any feedback. This all comes under the ‘client management’ umbrella and may be the responsibility of a dedicated team. We can help with all of this. Get all the information you need through the quote request form or the Client Portal. Automate delivery or even vendor selection. Free up your team to spend time nurturing client relationships.

But if you really want to go the extra mile for your regular clients, our tailored workflows are an excellent option. Once you’ve established exactly how your client wants to work and what their requirements are, you can create a tailored workflow to make sure they get exactly what they want, how they want it, for every single project. Now that’s sure to impress them. No need to remind you or to request changes – it can all happen seamlessly.

Vendor management
From a vendor’s perspective, a good translation process is one where they get all the information they need, and can easily ask questions, access and deliver files, accept jobs, and upload invoices. It’s one where they get a thorough brief. One where they don’t have to send emails to-and-fro with clarifying questions. And one where they get paid on time. We lend a helping hand here too, acting as a vendor management system, but also offering so much more. Automatically create Job Offers populated with information from the Quote Request Form. Vendors can easily access references and source files along with all the project details through the Vendor Portal. Invoices can be uploaded in the same place. Your vendors will appreciate these smooth and simple processes. What’s more, by giving them all the information they need from the word go, they’ll be able to produce their best work.

Is that it? Far from it
We’ve talked about clients and vendors. But is that all it takes for a good translation process? Of course not. There’s your team. What role do they play? Project or vendor managers are the link between clients and vendors. They oversee and implement the translation process. And our job is to help them along the way. We grease the wheels. From client to vendor management, we use automation and customization to help them work more efficiently and effectively. Help your team increase productivity at work. Work smarter not harder.

So, what is a good translation process?
As with great subtitling or UX design, the best translation process is one you don’t even notice. It’s one that happens seamlessly in the background, to help your clients, your vendors, and your internal teams focus on doing what they do best. We work tirelessly to make sure this is the case. Ours is a translation productivity software that helps you automate, rationalize, and streamline your workflows, from sales, all the way through to accounts. We are Translation Made Simple.

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