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#DidYouKnow that when linking 2 words, the meaning is different depending on whether a hyphen or an en dash is used? The 1st example in the image (with a hyphen) means a bluish green colour. The 2nd (with an en dash) means blue and/to green, e.g. used before 'colour blindness'.

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...working on the latest edition of the Sport-Thieme catalogue: translating product descriptions of sports equipment spread across more than 400 pages. Need any help with specialist sporting terminology in 🇩🇪 or 🇬🇧, then give us a shout!

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Looking to add some variety to your texts? Here are 17 alternatives for the word 'beautiful' for various contexts. More essentials to check prior to publishing or submitting your written work can be found in our free guide: wu.to/MXKrPs

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How many people do you know who are 'washed with every water'? 🙃 If you like this #German idiom (incl. its literal and proper #translation into #English), why not subscribe to our monthly newsletter with the latest additions to our glossary: wu.to/qThDCu

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#DidYouKnow that when linking 2 words, the meaning is different depending on whether a hyphen or an en dash is used? The 1st example in the image (with a hyphen) means a bluish green colour. The 2nd (with an en dash) means blue and/to green, e.g. used before 'colour blindness'.

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EN ≠ EN. In the US, it's 'bangs', in the UK it's called a 'fringe'. Whatever the term, fringe/bangs or no fringe/bangs? Let us know your view in the comment box!

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