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Poll: How much of your translation-related research involves Wikipedia?
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Kay Denney  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 16:34
Member (2018)
French to English
As the first port of call May 22, 2018

I like Wiki, it's got a bit of everything and can give you a quick overview of the subject matter.

Then my favourite bit comes at the end, with the list of references. I once actually sent a link to a wiki page to a client to show them where I got some terms from, because it listed the pages from the WHO and UNICEF websites.
As a starting point for serious research, and for quick little questions I know the answer to but that my brain won't supply off the cuff.


 
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