My favorite ONLINE glossaries: A list of the glossaries that I actually use, both in my translation work and to prepare for interpreter assignments. All include click-and-go links so you just click on the link and are taken to the glossary on the internet.

This is a fantastic list of multilingual glossaries put together by DPSIONLINE.COM.UK, including working tools from many sources around the world, with easy to click-and-go links.

A list of "Essential Dictionaries for Court Interpreters" compiled by the New Jersey Courts (USA) - most of the references are books in print (rather than internet links).

A very comprehensive list of Knowledge Banks compiled by the Chartered Institute of Linguistics (UK) with excellent click-and-go links.

A great list of multilingual online dictionaries and glossaries compiled by Planet Translation with easy click-and-go links.

Information and link (click above) to the fabulous TermWiki page, which has links to glossaries in 102 languages to "Define, share and collaborate knowledge. globally."

List of academic databases and search engines ( with a "representative list of major databases and search engines useful in an academic setting for finding and accessing articles in academic journals, repositories, archives, or other collections of scientific and other articles."

A link (click above) and/or here ( to access two of the
"world's largest and most comprehensive dictionar[ies] of acronyms, abbreviations, and initialisms" with millions of human-edited definitions.

Specific business acronyms may be found at

A link (click above) for an extremely good introductory tutorial on how to carry out search operations on the internet, presented by Dynamic Web Solutions.

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