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Your message and a lot more is relayed in words. They show what you're good for, what you care about, and where you come from. Just for starters.
You may be a small company raring to export, a pressed grad student aiming for a top conference, a government office wanting to be heard—words connect you with your audience. The delivery brings home everything you have spent on your product development, research, or degree. It could be as simple as a spell check. Or it could require an expensive ad agency. Make sure it says what you want it to say.
Winning language is correct, intelligent, and respectful. And it goes straight to the heart of the sharp-eyed people you want to reach.
Specialisering: copyöversättning, energipolitik, vetenskapliga texter för publicering och reklam, amerikansk engelska.
Word of the week
hull n [ME, fr. OE hulu; akin to OHG hala hull, OE helan to conceal—more at HELL] (bef, 12c) 1 a : the outer covering of a fruit or seed b : the persistent calyx or involucre that subtends some fruits (as a strawberry) 2 a : the frame or body of a ship or boat exclusive of masts, yards, sails, and rigging b : the main body of a usu. large or heavy craft or vehicle (as an airship or tank) 3 a : COVERING, CASING
hull vt to remove the hulls of : SHUCK
(Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, 11th ed.)
hull n in mathematics, the smallest set, geometric shape, or algebraic entity having a particular property (such as convexity) that contains a specified set, shape, or algebraic entity. Thus, for example, the orthogonal convex hull of an orthogonal polygon is the smallest orthogonally convex polygon that encloses the original polygon.
hull vi to drift; to be carried by the impetus of wind or water on the ship's hull alone, with sails furled.
hull vt 1 to hit (a ship) in the hull with cannon fire, etc.