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If you are a US-based linguist, then Freek Lankhof and his boutique business, InTrans Book Service, will hardly be unknown to you. Freek is a regular at translation events large and small, and his small business carries a fantastic selection of mainly German and Spanish translation resources. We have ordered from him for years, and it's always a pleasure to support fellow entrepreneurs rather than bigger websites. Freek is also a linguist in his own right, and he's offered us great advice throughout the years. We were recently debating which Spanish<->English medical dictionary to purchase, and were delighted to discover that Freek had written about precisely that topic on his new blog. Check it out here


Anonymous said...

Is there a reliable English<->Spanish internet marketing/social media dictionary available online?

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