The IATE terminology database was developed to serve as a working tool for the translation services of the institutions and bodies of the European Union. It is managed on behalf of these institutions and bodies by the Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union.
This website is maintained to give the public access to a part of this database. This public IATE is not a guaranteed public service, but our goal is to keep it as up-to-date as possible. If errors are brought to our attention, we will try to correct them.
From this website, you can reach "Download IATE", a page where IATE terminology is made available for download.
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This data is:
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To allow maximum usefulness of the data collected in IATE, we have created a service called “Download IATE”. It makes available IATE terminology for batch download. The data made available is not copyright protected, and can therefore be freely downloaded and reproduced, for personal use or for further non-commercial or commercial dissemination. The European Union retains the copyright in the database structure on Download IATE, but hereby authorizes downloading and reproduction, for personal use or for further non-commercial or commercial dissemination, also of the database structure as available on Download IATE. The software necessary for exploitation or extraction (IATExtract) is distributed with the export file. The Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union makes this extraction tool available under the EUPL licence.
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