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    • Code of Practice on Complaints
    • Cod Ymarfer ar Gŵynion
    • Part of speech
    • Noun, Masculine, Singular
    • Plural
    • Subject
    • Personnel
    • Status
    • A

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      Status

      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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    • Definition
    • Published by the Welsh Assembly Government, 2007.
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    TermCymru

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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: 22 November 2017
    • complaint procedure
    • gweithdrefn gŵynion
    • Part of speech
    • Noun, Feminine, Singular
    • Plural
    • Subject
    • Personnel
    • Status
    • C

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      Status

      Linguistically verified. This is the status given to terms which have been linguistically verified, but which have not yet been subject to any standardization work within the Translation Service.

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    TermCymru

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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: 22 November 2017
    • Complaints and Representations Advisory Group
    • Y Grŵp Cynghori a Gweithredu ar Gŵynion a Sylwadau
    • Part of speech
    • Noun, Masculine, Singular
    • Plural
    • Subject
    • Social services
    • Status
    • C

      What's this?

      Status

      Linguistically verified. This is the status given to terms which have been linguistically verified, but which have not yet been subject to any standardization work within the Translation Service.

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    • Definition
    • CRAIG
    • Context
    • Notes
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    TermCymru

    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: 22 November 2017
    • complaints reports
    • adroddiadau ar gŵynion
    • Part of speech
    • Noun, Plural
    • Plural
    • Subject
    • Personnel
    • Status
    • C

      What's this?

      Status

      Linguistically verified. This is the status given to terms which have been linguistically verified, but which have not yet been subject to any standardization work within the Translation Service.

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    • Definition
    • Context
    • Notes
    More details
    From
    TermCymru

    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: 22 November 2017
    • CRAIG
    • Y Grŵp Cynghori a Gweithredu ar Gŵynion a Sylwadau
    • Part of speech
    • Noun, Masculine, Singular
    • Plural
    • Subject
    • Social services
    • Status
    • C

      What's this?

      Status

      Linguistically verified. This is the status given to terms which have been linguistically verified, but which have not yet been subject to any standardization work within the Translation Service.

      Learn more about status of terms
    • Definition
    • Complaints and Representations Advisory Group
    • Context
    • Notes
    More details
    From
    TermCymru

    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: 22 November 2017
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