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glossary

[′gläs·ə·rē]
(computer science)
A file of commonly used phrases that can be retrieved in a word-processing program, usually through use of a command and a keyword.

Glossary

 

in linguistics dictionaries, an alphabetical listing of words or phrases to be defined or translated.

V. V. TABENSKII

glossary

A term used by Microsoft Word and adopted by other word processors for the list of shorthand, keyboard macros created by a particular user. See glossaries in this publication and The Computer Glossary.
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One Hour Translation's gaming glossaries are now available in German, Dutch, Russian, Greek, Spanish (Latin America), French, Italian, as well as the Scandinavian languages.
Sjogren according to his individual long-term program of compiling standard minimal (basic) glossaries for each of the languages and dialects, which he had opportunities to study over the years of his travels.
For Spanish speakers, Amigos Contra el SIDA, AC (Mexico) offers two glossaries.
In most of the fields of activity in ISO, glossaries and basic test method standards are well established, and current efforts are devoted to revising and updating them, and introducing new methods where more sophisticated procedures have become available.
Using the company 'ready-to-use' gaming glossaries will save its customers both time and money.
Lexikon is a database-driven Web application that simplifies traditional glossary management systems and empowers users of all levels to successfully create, manage and publish rich glossaries in a single database.
Resources such as Internet links, recommended reading lists, glossaries and company specific documents enable learners to tap into a continually updated archive of quick reference and on-the-job support materials.
Lexikon is a database-driven Web application that allows users of all levels to create, manage, and publish rich multilingual glossaries.
24 /PRNewswire/ -- ENLASO Corporation, a leading worldwide provider of enterprise language solutions, announced today that it will present a live Webinar March 10, 2005, titled "Incorporating Multilingual Glossaries into Localization Systems.
Bonus features include printable shopping lists and recipes, glossaries, pantry checklists and more useful tools that are sure to make life easier for even the most experienced bakers.
Individuals, businesses and organizations looking to create their own glossaries can simply log on to Babylon's Web site, http://www.
They also created a workgroup of education, student financial aid, and Spanish-language experts who revised and merged pre-existing glossaries into a single reference tool.