(TOOL) – Time to Reverso your use of Linguee? | Nikki Graham


“When meeting colleagues in person, we invariably talk shop within seconds. Obviously that’s hardly surprising,  yet I am often taken aback by just how quickly mention of Linguee can crop up in the conversation. For many it seems to be the first port of call when a term in their translation has them stumped. For me, however, even though my Google searches often return a number of Linguee hits, it’s a site I now largely ignore (and judging by a conversation I had on Twitter yesterday, I’m not alone). Perhaps Linguee is better for …”

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