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עודכן מילון המונחים, אנגלי-עברי אנגלי-עברי המפורט - מהדורת בטא 2014-01

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עודכן מילון המונחים, אנגלי-עברי אנגלי-עברי המפורט - מהדורת בטא 2014-01 - באתר ITCB
תודה לדר' אבי עופר על ההשקעה העצומה בתרגום :-)

התווספו ערכים רבים (מעל 100 ערכים שאבי הוסיף ע"ג המילון המקורי),
להזכירכם קיימת גם אפליקציית מילון מונחי בדיקות לאייפון ואנדרואיד לשימושכם.
(רצוי לוודא שיש לכם גירסה מעודכנת)

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