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specialized expressions indigenous to a particular field, subject, trade, or subculture

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a system of words used to name things in a particular discipline

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The translator is not the author of these specialized concepts, even if sometimes he plays the terminologist's role but he/she uses the systematic work done by the terminologist and terminographer.
I would like to emphasize that translators should collaborate with terminologists who are familiar with the meaning of legal, technical terms.
Despite the statistical origin of these terms, most terminologists would agree.
Hence, terminology must adopt social, linguistic and cognitive perspectives which, somehow, equate the workings of terminologists and linguists; (ii) the segmental dictionary should adopt a pedagogical approach, particularly because they should serve a new breed of users: students, would-be professionals, and translators.
In a sense these are what the terminologists of modern art would call 'prepared' or 'assisted' ready-mades.
If you don't know what the going rate is, call the Association of Swiss Translators, Terminologists, and Interpreters (ASTTI) and find out.
TermWiki is a de facto portal for corporate information managers, translation managers, translators, reviewers, terminologists, technical writers, educators, and anyone who recognizes the importance of content management in the localization process, to share and collaborate on the development of multilingual terminology for a variety of industries, such as IT, Life Sciences, Consumer Electronics and Manufacturing," said Ms.
One way of giving autonomy to translators to increase their involvement is to let them select their teams and choose team partners, such as their favourite editors or terminologists.
A general opinion shared by Finno-Ugric terminologists in Russia is that in the field of humanities and social sciences terms should be created in the vernacular, whereas in technical and natural sciences they are more permissive and accept international terminology through Russian mediation.
The FIT Congress is a unique opportunity for translators, interpreters, terminologists, and industry professionals from all over the world to network and attend educational sessions on topical issues.
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.