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Discussion for Questions you have always wanted to ask 2013 (2013)
Wim Jonckheere Frankreich Local time: 04:07 Mitglied (2012) Französisch > Niederländisch + ...
trend UK vs American English
Feb 13, 2013
Is there a general tendency to join TM'S in CAT-tools for UK and American English? I mean agencies policy and/or main industry managers that order translations choose to have one English version e.g. for their corporate website and don't bother wether it is for UK-English or for "general" purpose (all English language variants).
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