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TermWiki is the new way to globalize your knowledge.
It’s a social platform. It’s an educational resource. It’s where people from all over the world come together to share what they know.
All of the information in TermWiki is based on specific subject-oriented terms and short encyclopedia-like entries. They are user-created and user-managed, and are marked with the information of the person who created them—so you will always get props for your expert advice, information, and insight.
Share a term in any one of the 1500+ subjects and have it instantly viewable by millions of users from around the world. You can also add terms of your company and/or products. Terms you add may be translated up to 100 languages by other community members.
Simply enter any term in the search bar and hit search. The results are sorted by industry and categories so you never have to worry about if you are finding the right information.
The TermWiki community aims to collect every term in every subject in the world and make it available in every language. But we can only do that with your help! Either use the Workbench to translate many terms at once, or if you come across a term you know how to translate when browsing, just click the more languages button to add your translation instantly.Learn more
Create and Collect terms into a Blossary and have them easily and quickly accessible. Share your Blossaries, have friends Like and even have your Blossaries made available in more than one language.
Don't just share your selfies... share something more meaningful. Showcase your knowledge and gain professional exposure.
As a centralized platform for the confluence of different cultures and subject-matter experts from around the world, TermWiki will bring you face-to-face with the world internet community. Say you have a question about a particular term, perhaps why it was translated in a particular way – with TermWiki, you can get in touch with the initial translator to find out! Or perhaps you have a more general issue to address – visit AnswerBea and take the question to the entire community!