Melingo, developer of MorfixTM, the popular free online dictionary, and Rav-Milim, the most comprehensive online Hebrew-English-Hebrew dictionary, partnered with the ITA during its recent conference in Jerusalem, to provide ITA members with Melingo’s advanced translation-support tools.
The Rav-Milim dictionary includes entries from all historical eras and registers of Hebrew, with detailed definitions, encompassing all traditional and modern meanings, sources and extensive usage examples. A fully bidirectional English-Hebrew/Hebrew-English dictionary, it is also the most complete Hebrew thesaurus in existence today, including all synonyms for each word. It also includes a comprehensive list of collocations for each dictionary entry, as well as automated rhymes to enable users to find the perfect rhyming word, and a language laboratory that provides an incredibly accurate grammatical analysis of each word in the dictionary – including part of speech, gender, tense, conjugation, root, full vowelization and much more. The dictionary is constantly being updated, to ensure that all new words authorized by the Academy of the Hebrew Language, as well as all the latest technological and professional jargon from a variety of fields are always included.
Melingo’s extensive customer base comprises numerous academic institutions, including Tel Aviv University, Yeshiva University, Yale University, the University of California – Berkeley, Bar-Ilan University, the Open University of Israel, Israel Defense Forces, the Israeli Ministry of Justice and Ministry of Finance, Leading newspapers such as Maariv, Globes, Channel 2 News, Channel 10 News, Golden Pages, as well as many publishers such as Kinneret Zmora-Bitan Dvir.
Yaron Danieli, Melingo’s CEO said, "We continue to provide the most comprehensive tools for Hebrew such as Rav-Milim and Nakdan for translators, editors and other professionals."
Pascale Amozig-Bukszpan, ITA Chair, said, "We are very pleased that Melingo supported our conference and contributed to the work of translators, editors other language professionals. Rav-Milim is an important tool in a linguist’s toolkit."
About Melingo: Melingo Ltd., a subsidiary of Encyclopedia Britannica, is the leader in Hebrew network-based dictionaries and language-search products. Melingo owns Morfix, Israel's most popular bilingual dictionary site, with close to 700,000 daily page views, and Rav Milim, the most comprehensive and technologically advanced Hebrew dictionary today.
About the Israel Translators Association: The ITA is the only organization in Israel that gathers translation, editing and language professionals. The mission of ITA is to promote the professional development of its members, including practical knowledge and theoretical expertise in translation, interpreting, linguistics and editing, so that customers can benefit from high-quality, accurate and professional translation-related products.
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