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What is IATE and what is it for?

IATE stands for I nter a ctive T erminology for E urope. It’s the shared terminology database of the institutions of the European Union. Its main aim is to facilitate the task of translators working for the EU, but we hope it will also be useful for other EU staff and for the public in general. Do I need to log on to use IATE?

How many terms are there in IATE?

With over 8 million terms covering the 24 official languages of the EU, IATE is the largest terminology database in the world today: in 2016, its public version received 36 million queries and its internal version (accessible only to EU staff) received 18 million queries.

What is the IATE Management Group?

IATE, the EU’s interinstitutional terminology database was developed in the early 2000s. The database is managed by the IATE Management Group with representatives from the following institutions:

Who manages the IATE database?

IATE, the EU’s interinstitutional terminology database was developed in the early 2000s. The database is managed by the IATE Management Group with representatives from the following institutions: Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union

What is the IATE project?

The project was launched in 1999 with the aim of providing a web-based infrastructure for all EU terminology resources and enhancing the availability and standardisation of the information. Since the summer of 2004 IATE has been used in the EU institutions and agencies for the collection, dissemination and management of EU-specific terminology.

Who is responsible for IATE?

IATE was developed by the Translation Centre in Luxembourg and is hosted by the European Commission. It is managed by the IATE Management Group, a working party which features one member per institution or body. But the database is the shared responsibility of all EU Institutions that are or have been involved in the project.

How is the user data managed in IATE?

Data in IATE are managed by entities called institutions (the main IATE partners) and subinstitutions (services or bodies attached to a parent institution for data management purposes) to which users are attached.

Can I export targeted extracts from IATE?

However, if you are a regular user of IATE, but don’t work for an EU institution, you may wish to create an IATE user account and log on when you use IATE. This will enable you to store some user preferences and to export targeted extracts from IATE in TBX and CSV formats.

What is the IATE Management Group (IMG)?

The interistitutional cooperation in Terminology is ensured by the so called IATE Management Group (IMG) in which participate following Institutions and Bodies of the EU: The IATE Management Group (IMG) was created in 2009 by the Coordinating Committee on Translation (CCT) as part of the governance for interinstitutional IT tools.

What is the IATE project?

The project was launched in 1999 with the aim of providing a web-based infrastructure for all EU terminology resources and enhancing the availability and standardisation of the information. Since the summer of 2004 IATE has been used in the EU institutions and agencies for the collection, dissemination and management of EU-specific terminology.

How is the user data managed in IATE?

Data in IATE are managed by entities called institutions (the main IATE partners) and subinstitutions (services or bodies attached to a parent institution for data management purposes) to which users are attached.

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IATE stands for I nter a ctive T erminology for E urope. It’s the shared terminology database of the institutions of the European Union. Its main aim is to facilitate the task of translators working for the EU, but we hope it will also be useful for other EU staff and for the public in general. Do I need to log on to use IATE?

How is the user data managed in IATE?

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