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terminology

 [ter″mĭ-nol´ah-je]
1. the vocabulary of an art or science.
2. the science that deals with the investigation, arrangement, and construction of terms.

terminology

/ter·mi·nol·o·gy/ (ter″mĭ-nol´ah-je)
1. the vocabulary of an art or science.
2. the science which deals with the investigation, arrangement, and construction of terms.

International Anatomical Terminology  Terminologia Anatomica.

terminology

Informatics
(1) A set of concepts, designations and relationships for a specialised subject area.
(2) In the context of clinical trials, terminology refers to a standardised, finite set of terms (e.g., picklists, MedDRA codes) used to denote patient findings, circumstances, events and interventions.

terminology

Vox populi A body of names assigned to or used for a particular type of thing. See Current procedural terminology, Dictionary, Lexicon, Nomina Anatomica, Terminologia Anatomica.

terminology

1. the vocabulary of an art or science.
2. the science that deals with the investigation, arrangement and construction of terms.

accurate terminology
essential for proper data storage and retrieval and requires an internationally recognized nomenclature of diseases, pathology, clinical indicants, treatments and surgical operations.
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In New Brunswick, the Corporation of Translators, Terminologists, and Interpreters of New Brunswick (CTINB) offers a mentorship programme that is similar to OTTIAQ's but is adapted to New Brunswick legislation (Denis Bousquet, personal communication, Nov.
I would like to emphasize that translators should collaborate with terminologists who are familiar with the meaning of legal, technical terms.
According to the Association of Swiss Translators, Terminologists and Interpreters (ASTTI), the standard rate for a simple freelance translation is Sfr 3-4 per 50-character line.
The International Federation of Translators was founded in Paris in 1953 and is an international federation of national associations representing translators, interpreters, and terminologists with more than 100 member associations from around the world.
Whether variation in terminology is anything to go by or not, that may be quite a different issue; but it may well indicate, as many terminologists would argue, that the concept is yet to be properly stabilised.
In a sense these are what the terminologists of modern art would call 'prepared' or 'assisted' ready-mades.
Wuster emphasized that systemic work should be the domain of terminologists, i.
The Voice of Associations of Translators, Interpreters, and Terminologists, around the world"
Our terminologists were busy at the most recent NATO Military Committee Terminology Conference (MCTC).
While no formal certification for community interpreters yet exists, groups in Ontario and Vancouver are collaborating with the Canadian Translators, Terminologists and Interpreters Council (CTTIC), the national professional association that created the long-established court and conference interpreter certification exams, to explore setting up a certification program for community interpreters.