To guarantee accuracy and consistency in our translations, our team relies on some resources.
This is our main resource whene we want to know more about a Spanish word.
A platform that provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature.
A dictionary with over 15,000 legal terms for your business and research use.
Guidelines for the use of gender inclusive language in Spanish.
This is much more than just a dictionary, it also has a thesaurus section and great articles.
Oxford Student Dictionaries is a resource that supports us in British and American English.
Search and download International Terminology.
Here you can find dictionaries for some of the world’s most important language pairs.
In this platform you can consult specialized terminology to improve the quality and precision of your texts.
This dictionary offers meanings, pronunciations, synonyms, collocations, idioms as well as images, videos and sound effects.
This dictionary, by the University of Granada, is helpful for EN-ES and ES-EN translations.
Thousands of entries include etymologies that trace their origins back to reconstructed proto-languages.
Collocations play a vital role in the coherence of the structure of language. That is why we use this dictionary (Diccionario de Colocaciones del Español).
A structured list of terms used in subject analysis and retrieval of documents and publications in the fields of education, culture, natural and social sciences, communication and information.
An dictionary by the Royal National Academy of Medicine that saves us time whenever we need to search for medical terminology.
A comprehensive online resource that helps us understand the origin of Spanish words.
Launched in 1999 with the aim of providing a web-based infrastructure for all EU terminology resources.
A multilingual terminology database maintained jointly by the main duty stations and regional commissions of the United Nations system.
This online dictionary is extremely helpful for preparing students for international English exams such as the IELTS and TOEFL.
A online dictionary where you can check definitions, examples of usage, pronunciation or positioning of Spanish words.
This dictionary is based on Collins' extensive language databases and covers many rare and literary words.
A practical site with multiple glossaries, specially recommended for interpreters.
It allows you to search in two languages at the same time.
A popular French dictionary. Today it has become the reference site for the French language.
L’Académie Française makes its dictionary available through a free and open access digital portal.
A French dictionary and encyclopedia.