TermStar

Multilingual, multi-directional, versatile

TermStar supports over 200 working languages—and the number of supported languages is constantly increasing. Therefore, you are prepared for every important market and can expand your future communication to languages and markets that have yet to become relevant to you.

Terminology in every language

Terminology in TermStar is multilingual and multi-directional: You can include as many languages as you want for every entry. Because of this, you can use your term dictionary flexibly with any target language. This is especially beneficial for companies that operate globally and transnational projects.
Intelligent language-variant management is also beneficial, for example, for US/UK English or different variants of Spanish: They are differentiated only where terms in the language variants are actually different. Because of this, you reach the local markets in their specific language variant—without terminological redundancy and with minimal time spent on maintenance.

Morphological terminology support

Verbs, adjectives, and nouns rarely appear in their basic forms in real-life examples, although their basic forms are what appear in the dictionary.
So that you benefit from terminology work in real life applications, TermStar offers morphological terminology support for over 80 languages and language variants.
This way, you receive more term suggestions during translation, many more usage examples with dynamic linking, and added quality thanks to more accurate terminology checks.

West European languages

For example, Basque, Danish, German, English, Finnish, French, Greek, Icelandic, Italian, Catalan, Dutch, Norwegian, Portuguese, Swedish, Spanish, Turkish, and language variants

East European languages

For example, Albanian, Bulgarian, Estonian, Croatian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovakian, Slovenian, Czech, Ukrainian, Hungarian, Belarusian, and language variants

Asian languages

For example, Chinese, Filipino, Indonesian, Japanese, Khmer, Korean, Lao, Malay, Tagalog, Thai, and language variants

Indian languages

For example, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Marathi, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Sinhalese, and Tamil

Languages written from right to left

For example, Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, Urdu, and language variants

African languages

For example, Amharic, Ndebele, Somali, Swahili, Tigrinja, Tswana, Xhosa, Zulu, and language variants

Controlled languages

For example, Simplified English, Français rationalisé, Deutsch (Leichte Sprache)

Morphological support

For example, for English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Czech, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Swedish, and language variants