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Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

German > Italian – Translation – Tourism Magazine. Lots of details about the local fauna and flora. For example, do you know what a roe deer's "Bast" is and how it's called in Italian? That's "velluto". Here you have some additional info: https://bit.ly/2m9eKRT | https://bit.ly/2lGOBcZ


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  • German to Italian
  • 9000 words
  • Tourism & Travel
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

German > Italian – Translation – Hiking in the Alps. By the way, how do you translate "Wallburg"? The most appropriate term is "castelliere".


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  • German to Italian
  • 1500 words
  • Tourism & Travel
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

French > Italian – Translation – Glossary about automatic garage doors. One example of a term I translated: "palpeur". In this specific field its Italian translation is "bordo di sicurezza sensibile alla pressione", "bordo sensibile" o "costa sensibile".


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  • French to Italian
  • Mechanics / Mech Engineering
replied from ProZ.com at 13:34 Jul 31:

So amazing to see somebody working on stuff I usually translate in the other direction: IT>FR :-)

Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

German > Italian – Translation – Messages to the companies that are registered on a B2B portal. In a very indirect way I'm learning a lot about European company law. For example, what's the Italian for "Europäische Gesellschaft", "Europäische Genossenschaft" and "Europäische Wirtschaftliche Interessenvereinigung"? Well, "società europea", "società cooperativa europea" and "gruppo europeo di interesse economico" respectively.


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  • German to Italian
  • 5800 words
  • Business/Commerce (general)
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

English > Italian – Revision – Profile, products and activities of a long list of companies in the meat industry. Terminology MUST be accurate, there's no going around this. For instance, what's "consumer packaging" in Italian? You may find many answers, but the most precise term is: "imballaggio primario".


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  • English to Italian
  • 6700 words
  • Food & Drink
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

German > Italian – Translation – Web site of a 5 star hotel with spa. I discovered we have no translation in Italian for "Textilsauna"? The best choice is to explain the concept: "sauna con obbligo di costume o asciugamano".


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  • German to Italian
  • 5800 words
  • Tourism & Travel
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

English > Italian – Translation – Presentation of a berry extract. It gets from the detailed description of extraction technologies to the results of a clinical study to prove the benefits of the product on human health. By the way, how do you translate "claim"? Here it clearly refers to "nutrition and health claims". So the answer is "indicazioni (nutrizionali e sulla salute)" or "claim".


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  • English to Italian
  • 1900 words
  • Food & Drink
replied from ProZ.com at 07:58 Jun 19:

I don't translate into Italian, but this EU report may answer your question: https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN-IT/TXT/?uri=CELEX:52016DC0580&from=GA

replied from ProZ.com at 15:00 Jun 19:

Hello Elisa! I don't translate into Italian but from Italian (and English!). Mostly the Italian word is "dichiarazioni". Definitely, both eur-lex and IATE database will help you with this ;-)

Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

Swiss German > Swiss Italian – Translation – Magazine of a construction firm. Mainly straightforward, but with some technical twists. For example, how do you translate "Baugespanne"? In Italian it's "modine" or "profili".


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  • German to Italian
  • 4500 words
  • Construction / Civil Engineering
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

German > Italian – Translation – Business plan. How do you translate "Mittelfeldstrategie"? This term, which is not at all frequent, refers to the Price/Quality Matrix by Kotler. In Italian there's no official translation of that matrix. I followed the example of marketing experts that use "strategia del valore medio".


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  • German to Italian
  • 8500 words
  • Business/Commerce (general)
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

German > Italian – Translation – Business plan. How do you translate "Generalimporteur"? In it-CH: "importatore generale". In it-IT "importatore esclusivo".


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  • German to Italian
  • 9000 words
  • Business/Commerce (general)
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

French > Italian – Translation – Quality management in manufacturing companies. How do you translate "contrôle par vision"? Once you've understood that "vision (industrielle)" is "visione artificiale", you get to "controllo con sistema di visione artificiale".


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  • French to Italian
  • 18000 words
  • Manufacturing
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

German to Italian – Translation – Inspection records of automated doors. Technical and sometimes tricky. For instance how do you translate "Drehflügeltür"? Careful there, because it's not a "Drehtür"! The right answer is "porta a battenti" not "porta girevole".


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  • German to Italian
  • 1700 words
  • Mechanics / Mech Engineering
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

German to Italian – Translation – Inspection records of automated doors. Technical and sometimes tricky. For instance how do you translate "Drehflügeltür"? Careful there, because it's not a "Drehtür"! The right answer is "porta a battenti" not "porta girevole".


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  • German to Italian
  • 1700 words
  • Mechanics / Mech Engineering
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

English > Italian – Proofreading – Report on air quality in the EU. Not all EU Member States comply with the limit values, that's why the European Commission has already launched several formal infringement procedures. How do you translate "letter of formal notice" in this context? That's "lettera di costituzione in mora". https://bit.ly/2UKWn1h


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  • English to Italian
  • 6500 words
  • Environment & Ecology, Government / Politics
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

English > Italian – Translation – Best practices to fight forced or compulsory labor. Lots of specific concepts and terms. For instance, how do you translate "bonded labor"? Answer: "servitù per debiti" o "schiavitù per debiti".


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  • English to Italian
  • 1800 words
  • Government / Politics
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

French > Italian – Translation – Description of the role and tasks of a quality manager in the manufacturing industry. Very technical. For example how do you translate "cahier des charges"? What you find in the dictionary is "capitolato d'oneri", but the best translation here is actually "specifiche (tecniche)".


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  • French to Italian
  • 18000 words
  • Manufacturing
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

French > Italian – Translation – Second part of the information boards for tourists visiting a salt mine. Once again the challenge to be precise yet pleasant. By the way, how do you translate "chien-de-mine"? Literally but with a short explanation in brackets: "cane di miniera (carrello)". https://bit.ly/2uw5JmR


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  • French to Italian
  • 500 words
  • Tourism & Travel
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

French > Italian – Translation – Information boards for tourists visiting a salt mine. A great mix of creative and technical translation. By the way, how do you translate "lessivage"? In this context, that's "lisciviazione" and not "lisciviatura": https://bit.ly/2VNPjlt


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  • French to Italian
  • 1000 words
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Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

German > Italian – Translation – Yet another website of a communication agency. Once again an interesting challenge. By the way, how do you translate "Autofolierung"? In Italian that's "car wrapping". Yes… as it's often the case in this field, we use an English term. ;-)


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  • German to Italian
  • 4500 words
  • Advertising / Public Relations
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

German > Italian – Translation – Tips and tricks for bikers and MTB fans. Veeeery technical.


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  • German to Italian
  • 3000 words
  • Tourism & Travel
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

German > Italian website of a company producing awnings. By the way, how do you translate "Sonnensegel"? In Italian that’s a "tenda a vela".


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  • German to Italian
  • Manufacturing
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

German > Italian – Translation – Description of MTB tours in the Alps.


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  • German to Italian
  • 2500 words
  • Tourism & Travel
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

German > Italian – Translation – Activities for kids on holiday in the Alps.


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  • German to Italian
  • 1000 words
  • Tourism & Travel
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

French > Italian – Translation – Hiking itineraries in Switzerland. Lots of culture-specific terms.


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  • French to Italian
  • 2000 words
  • Tourism & Travel
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

French > Italian – Translation – Website of a Museum of Glass Art. A test for tourists with a great deal of technical terms.


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  • French to Italian
  • 1000 words
  • Materials (Plastics, Ceramics, etc.)
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

German > Italian – Translation – Activity report of a tourist office. Lots of LEADER-projects going on! https://bit.ly/2DQd0nh


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  • German to Italian
  • 2000 words
  • Tourism & Travel
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

German > Italian – Proofreading – Technical text on flat roof insulating systems.


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  • 1200 words
  • Construction / Civil Engineering
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

German > Italian – 8000-word-long brochure on a tourist destination in the Alps. Lots of content related to history and arts. Love it!


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  • German to Italian
  • 8000 words
  • Tourism & Travel
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

German > Italian – Catalogue of flexible dividers for drugs and similar items. In some points, really technical.


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  • German to Italian
  • 1000 words
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

German > Italian – Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy of a web portal. Yes, again! ;-)


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  • German to Italian
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

German > Italian – Instruction manual of a bike helmet. Not so easy as it seems! ;-)


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  • German to Italian
  • 1300 words
  • Manufacturing
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

French > Italian – Report of a study on financial exploitation of the elderly. Extremely interesting!


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  • French to Italian
  • 8000 words
  • Scienze sociali, Sociologia, Etica ecc.
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

German > Italian – Medical – Dentist's website – Not at all my area of expertise, but I'm studying (and learning) a lot. I'm truly enjoying this assignment.


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  • German to Italian
  • 6000 words
  • Medical: Dentistry
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

German > Italian - Tourism – Website of a hotel in the Alps. Some parts describe the hotel and its services in quite a straightforward way, others describe the local area (with its nature, culture and traditions) in a very poetic way. It's quite challenging, but also enjoyable.

Tourism,Hotel,Alps


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  • German to Italian
  • Tourism & Travel
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

English > Italian – Press release about the European Championships 2018. I knew nothing about this new sporting event and now I'm learning all about it. I love my job!


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  • English to Italian
  • Sports / Fitness / Recreation
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

Swiss German > Italian - Legal - Articles of association


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  • German to Italian
  • Law (general)
Elisa Farina posting from ProZ.com shared:

German > Italian - Tourism - Brochure of an event combining mountaineering and gastronomy in the Alps


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  • German to Italian
  • Tourism & Travel



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