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    Status
    A

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    Status A

    Fully standardized. This is the status given to terms which have been fully standardized by the Translation Service. If you undertake work on behalf of the Welsh Government, you can be wholly confident that these are our standard terms.

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    TermCymru termbase

    TermCymru is a collection of the terms used by Welsh Government translators in their everyday work.

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    Last updated: 28 September 2016
    • Definition
    • Large-scale Voluntary Transfer
    • Subject
    • Housing
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  • RECENTLY UPDATED
    Status
    A

    What's this?

    Status A

    Fully standardized. This is the status given to terms which have been fully standardized by the Translation Service. If you undertake work on behalf of the Welsh Government, you can be wholly confident that these are our standard terms.

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    From TERM_CYMRU
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    What's this?

    TermCymru termbase

    TermCymru is a collection of the terms used by Welsh Government translators in their everyday work.

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    Last updated: 28 September 2016
    • Definition
    • Talpa europaea
    • Subject
    • Animals
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  • RECENTLY UPDATED
    Status
    B

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    Status B

    Partially standardized. This is the status given to terms which have been partially standardized by the Translation Service. These terms include those which have not yet been fully standardized, as well as terms from external collections which have not been through the Translation Service’s full standardization process.

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    From TERM_CYMRU
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    What's this?

    TermCymru termbase

    TermCymru is a collection of the terms used by Welsh Government translators in their everyday work.

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    Last updated: 29 September 2016
    • Definition
    • Subject
    • Personnel
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  • RECENTLY UPDATED
    Status
    A

    What's this?

    Status A

    Fully standardized. This is the status given to terms which have been fully standardized by the Translation Service. If you undertake work on behalf of the Welsh Government, you can be wholly confident that these are our standard terms.

    Learn more about status of terms
    From TERM_CYMRU
    ?

    What's this?

    TermCymru termbase

    TermCymru is a collection of the terms used by Welsh Government translators in their everyday work.

    Learn more about TermCymru
    Last updated: 28 September 2016
    • Definition
    • PIP
    • Subject
    • Social services
    More details
  • RECENTLY UPDATED
    Status
    B

    What's this?

    Status B

    Partially standardized. This is the status given to terms which have been partially standardized by the Translation Service. These terms include those which have not yet been fully standardized, as well as terms from external collections which have not been through the Translation Service’s full standardization process.

    Learn more about status of terms
    From TERM_CYMRU
    ?

    What's this?

    TermCymru termbase

    TermCymru is a collection of the terms used by Welsh Government translators in their everyday work.

    Learn more about TermCymru
    Last updated: 28 September 2016
    • Definition
    • Subject
    • Social services
    More details
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Top tip

This week, 183 terms have been added to TermCymru. This includes about 130 terms from the Land Transaction Tax and Anti-avoidance of Devolved Taxes (Wales) Bill 2016.

You may notice that BydTermCymru's homepage notes that 11 terms have been updated. For technical reasons which will be resolved soon, this figure does not always reflect the correct number of terms added to the database.

09/09/2016 

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