DMIA Releases New Spanish/English Printing Terms Glossary
Press release from the issuing company
Alexandria, Virginia-Document Management Industries Association (DMIA) has just released a new Spanish to English glossary of printing terms. The 144-page book includes Spanish terms and definitions for over 800 common printing industry terms.
"We've seen a trend that many of our printer members have a need for Spanish-language training materials. Since a growing part of the print workforce is Hispanic, DMIA wants to be in a position to offer some practical and inexpensive tools to help train Spanish-speaking personnel." said Dennis McGarry, Vice President of Manufacturer Programs at DMIA. "This is the first Spanish glossary of its kind. Other glossaries have included Spanish terms, but no definitions. The DMIA glossary includes definitions of all terms in Spanish, plus their equivalents in English."
The glossary has three sections; the first section includes over 800 printing terms and full definitions in Spanish. Each Spanish term and definition is accompanied by the term in English. The second and third sections are handy English to Spanish and Spanish to English quick reference guides.
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