If you translate using SDL Trados Studio, you probably have lots of handy MultiTerm termbases. After creating all that valuable data, you may want to share it with your client - so you will probably need to export the terms into another format. Here are the steps to export a ...
Some people collect medals, coins or stamps – I collect termbases. I find that a good termbase or glossary is an essential tool to keep translations consistent and correct. But rather than referencing just one termbase, in a single project, I often work with five to ten. Here are some tips on using multiple termbases in Trados Studio.
Do you translate using Trados Studio? Do you know how to search a MultiTerm termbase within Studio? Read on to learn more.
Terminology is crucial for our work as translators. We are continually searching for the right words – in our heads, in dictionaries or online resources, or in our translation memories and terminology databases. Here are some useful, free resources to help find the right terminology for your translations.
When you’re translating, you often need to use the same term more than once in a single sentence. If you’re using Trados Studio and have added a MultiTerm termbase, you may find that each term is suggested only once.
This is due to the AutoSuggest options in Studio. Here’s how to set up Trados Studio to repeat term suggestions multiple times in each segment.
Today I tried the Glossary Converter app to convert glossaries and termbases between Excel and MultiTerm. I found it amazingly quick and simple to use. ...
If you translate using Trados Studio, you’ll need to use MultiTerm termbases to manage your terminology. Here’s how to add a term to your termbase while you’re translating in Studio, and make use of term recognition.
Note: These steps explain how to add a term from your source text in ...
If you translate using Trados Studio, it’s very useful to know how to use MultiTerm to manage your terminology. It can help you translate faster and make the terminology in your translations more consistent.
In recent posts I've explained how to create a termbase in MultiTerm and how to import terms ...
If you use Trados Studio, it’s a good idea to learn how to use MultiTerm to manage your terminology.
For example, you might want to use terms from a bilingual Excel glossary when you’re translating in Trados Studio. The PDF below shows how to use MultiTerm to do this.
If you translate using Trados, it’s well worth the effort to learn how to use MultiTerm to manage your terminology. It can help you to translate faster and increase the consistency and quality of your translations.
To make the most of MultiTerm, you’ll need to learn how to: