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AboutSobrePrepositionWebsite section title.
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AprabrNounShort for April. Please make it 3 characters or less.
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attendeeparticipanteNounSomebody who has attended a TED or TEDx event. Often used in combination with the name of the event (e.g. "TEDxMetropolis attendees").
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attendeesparticipantesNounPlural of "attendee," defined as: Somebody who has attended a TED or TEDx event. Often used in combination with the name of the event (e.g. "TEDxMetropolis attendees").
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AugagoNounShort for August. Please make it 3 characters or less.
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beautifullinda(o)AdjectiveOne of the ways you can rate a TEDTalk. Meaning: Attractive to the senses, charming.
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businessnegóciosNounA theme in TEDTalks. This is a tag that the user can click to view similarly themed talks.
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communitycomunidadeNounA group of people that share common characteristics or interests. Often modified, e.g. "TED community."
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confusingconfuso(a)AdjectiveOne of the ways you can rate a TEDTalk. Meaning: Chaotic, unclear, puzzling because of an unclearly presented message or intent."confusa" is the feminine form of the adjective, "confuso" the masculine
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courageouscorajoso(a)AdjectiveOne of the ways you can rate a TEDTalk. Meaning: Requiring or demonstrating courage; brave.
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curated bycuradoria deAdverbIdentifies the name of the person who selected the talks in a playlist (e.g. "Curated by Jill Bolte Taylor").
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curatorcurador(a)NounOrganizer, license-holder. Sometimes a synonym to "TEDx organizer" or "TEDx licensee."curador(a)NounA person who has selected the talks in a playlist.
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curatorscuradores(as)NounPlural of "curator," defined as: A person who has selected the talks in a playlist.curadores(as)NounPlural of "curator," defined as: Organizer, license-holder. Sometimes a synonym to "TEDx organizer" or "TEDx licensee."
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DecdezNounShort for December. Please make it 3 characters or less.
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designdesignNounA theme in TEDTalks. This is a tag that the user can click to view similarly themed talks
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entertainmententretenimentoNounA theme in TEDTalks. This is a tag that the user can click to view similarly themed talks.
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eventeventoNounOften a synonym of "conference," e.g. "a TEDx event" a TEDx conference. Occurs often — you may want to think of some synonyms for variety.
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eventseventosNounPlural of "event," defined as: Often a synonym of "conference," e.g. "a TEDx event" a TEDx conference. Occurs often — you may want to think of some synonyms for variety.
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fascinatingfascinanteAdjectiveOne of the ways you can rate a TEDTalk. Meaning: Captivating, attractive, arousing great interest.
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FebfevNounShort for February. Please make it 3 characters or less.
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fellowbolsistaNounA TED Fellow. The TED Fellows program is designed to bring together young world-changers and trailblazers who have shown unusual accomplishment and exceptional courage.
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fellowsbolsistasNounPlural of "fellow," defined as: A TED Fellow. The TED Fellows program is designed to bring together young world-changers and trailblazers who have shown unusual accomplishment and exceptional courage.
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funnyengraçada(o)AdjectiveOne of the ways you can rate a TEDTalk. Meaning: Can make you laugh.
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global issuestemas globaisNounA theme in TEDTalks. This is a tag that the user can click to view similarly themed talks.
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Ideas worth spreadingIdeias que merecem ser divulgadasNounA phrase that encapsulates TED's mission.
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informativeinformativa(o)AdjectiveOne of the ways you can rate a TEDTalk. Meaning: Serving to inform; providing or disclosing information; instructive.
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ingeniousengenhoso(a)AdjectiveOne of the ways you can rate a TEDTalk. Meaning: Characterized by inventiveness, creative ideas, novel solutions.
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inspiringinspirador(a)AdjectiveOne of the ways you can rate a TEDTalk. Meaning: Providing inspiration; encouraging; stimulating. (Wiktionary)
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JanjanNounShort for January. Please make it 3 characters or less.
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jaw-droppingespantosa(o)AdjectiveOne of the ways you can rate a TEDTalk. Meaning: Causing great surprise or astonishment. (Wiktionary)
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JuljulNounShort for July. Please make it 3 characters or less.
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JunjunNounShort for June. Please make it 3 characters or less.
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license agreementacordo de concessão de licençaNounA document defining the rules of a TEDx license.
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licenseetitular da licençaNounSomebody who has been granted a license to organize a TEDx event. Sometimes used as a synonym to "organizer" or "curator."
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licenseestitulares da licençaNounPlural of "licensee," defined as: Somebody who has been granted a license to organize a TEDx event. Sometimes used as a synonym to "organizer" or "curator."
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longwindedinterminávelAdjectiveOne of the ways you can rate a TEDTalk. Meaning: Tediously long in speaking; consuming much time; unnecessarily verbose. (Wiktionary)
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MarmarNounShort for March. Please make it 3 characters or less.
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MaymaiNounThis is a 3-letter name of the fifth month of the year. In some contexts, where the names of the months are abbreviated (e.g. Jan, Feb, Mar...), the translation will need to be 3 characters long.
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My TEDx EventsMeus Eventos TEDxNounWebsite section title. TEDx events organized by the current user.
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NovnovNounShort for November. Please make it 3 characters or less.
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obnoxiousirritanteAdjectiveOne of the ways you can rate a TEDTalk. Meaning: Very annoying, offensive, odious or contemptible. (Wiktionary)
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OctoutNounShort for October. Please make it 3 characters or less.
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OKOkAdjectiveOne of the ways you can rate a TEDTalk. Meaning: Satisfactory. Good, not necessarily great.
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organizerorganizador(a)NounSomebody who has received the license to set up a TEDx event. Often modified with the event name (e.g. "TEDxMetropolis organizer"). Sometimes used as a synonym to "licensee" or "curator." Often used in the phrase "TEDx organizer."
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Organizer ResourcesRecursos para OrganizadoresNounWebsite section title. Resources for TEDx organizers (e.g. a FAQ, guidelines, helpful links, etc.).
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organizersorganizadoresNounPlural of "organizer," defined as: Somebody who has received the license to set up a TEDx event. Often modified with the event name (e.g. "TEDxMetropolis organizer"). Sometimes used as a synonym to "licensee" or "curator." Often used in the phrase "TEDx organizer."
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OTPNounAcronym for the Open Translation Project.
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persuasivepersuasiva(o)AdjectiveOne of the ways you can rate a TEDTalk. Meaning: Convincing, able to change one's opinion.
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playlistlista de temasNounA collection of talks curated (selected) by a specific person (e.g. a TED speaker).
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playlistslistas de temasNounPlural of "playlist," defined as: A collection of talks curated (selected) by a specific person (e.g. a TED speaker).
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ProfilePerfilNounWebsite section title.
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reviewerrevisor(a)NounA person who reviews a transcript or a translation in the Open Translation Project.
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scienceciênciaNounA theme in TEDTalks. This is a tag that the user can click to view similarly themed talks.
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SepsetNounShort for September. Please make it 3 characters or less.
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Sign OutSairVerbLink in the navigation bar (refers to logging out of TED.com).
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speakerpalestranteNounSomebody who gives a talk at a TED or TEDx event. This term occurs very often, so try to think of synonyms. Sometimes modified by the name of a type of event (e.g. "TEDx speaker," "TED speaker"), often by the name of a particular event (e.g. "a TEDxMetropolis 2050 speaker").
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speakerspalestrantesNounPlural of "speaker," defined as: Somebody who gives a talk at a TED or TEDx event. This term occurs very often, so try to think of synonyms. Sometimes modified by the name of a type of event (e.g. "TEDx speaker," "TED speaker"), often by the name of a particular event (e.g. "a TEDxMetropolis 2050 speaker").
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subtitleslegendasNounText representing what is said in a talk, displayed in the video player and timed with the video.
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talkpalestraNounA speech, presentation, lecture. Refers to talks given at TED and TEDx events and hosted as videos at TED.com or on YouTube. This term occurs very often, so try to think of synonyms. Often modified with the name of a type of event (e.g. "TEDx talk," "TEDTalk") or the name of a particular event (e.g. "a TEDxMetropolis 2050 talk").
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talkspalestrasNounPlural of "talk," defined as: A speech, presentation, lecture. Refers to talks given at TED and TEDx events and hosted as videos at TED.com or on YouTube. This term occurs very often, so try to think of synonyms. Often modified with the name of a type of event (e.g. "TEDx talk," "TEDTalk") or the name of a particular event (e.g. "a TEDxMetropolis 2050 talk").
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technologytecnologiaNounA theme in TEDTalks. This is a tag that the user can click to view similarly themed talks.
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TEDNounA nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. It started out (in 1984) as a conference bringing together people from three worlds: Technology, Entertainment, Design.
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TED Book ClubClube TED do LivroNounA program where participants receive inspired 2-3 book selections four times a year via Amazon Kindle software/hardware or as physical books.
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TED CommunityComunidade TEDNounWebsite section title. Leads to a section that allows the user to search for other users who set up a profile at TED.com.
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TED ConferencesConferências TEDNounTerm referring to a number of conferences held annually, like TED, TEDGlobal or TEDActive. In this context, this is not the proper name of an organization and the term should be translated.NounThe proper name of an organization ("TED Conferences, LLC"), which should not be translated.
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TED ConversationsConversas TEDNounA social media platform on TED.com that connects people for conversation, collaboration and debate.
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TED FellowsBolsistas TEDNounThe proper name of the TED Fellows program. The TED Fellows program is designed to bring together young world-changers and trailblazers who have shown unusual accomplishment and exceptional courage.
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TED InitiativesIniciativas TEDNounA variety of projects and initiatives that seek to leverage the power of ideas to change the world (e.g. the TED conference, TEDx events, TED Open Translation Project).
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TED Open Translation ProjectProjeto TED de Tradução LivreNounThe TED Open Translation Project brings TEDTalks beyond the English-speaking world by offering subtitles, interactive transcripts and the ability for any talk to be translated by volunteers worldwide.
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TED Open TV ProjectProjeto TED de TV AbertaNounA project aimed at sharing TED's incredible content free to the world via television.
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TED PrizePrémio TEDNounThe TED Prize is awarded annually to an exceptional individual who receives $1,000,000 and the TED community’s resources and expertise to spark global change.
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TED QuotesCitações TEDNounA collection of quotes from TEDTalks.
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TEDTalkpalestra TEDNounA talk delivered at a TED conference and hosted at TED.com. Please translate as if the term were spelled "TED talk".
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TEDTalkspalestras TEDNounThe talks delivered at TED conferences and hosted at TED.com. Please translate as if the term were spelled "TED talks".
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TED-EdNounA library of carefully curated educational videos, many of which represent collaborations between talented educators and animators nominated through the TED-Ed platform. Also, a tool to create lessons from any video.
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TED.comNounThe proper name of the website ted.com. Please use the capitalized acronym and do not translate.
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TEDActiveNounTEDActive is a parallel event held at the same time as TED on the West Coast. TEDActive features a live simulcast of the conference with an emphasis on connection, conversation and creation.
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TEDGlobalNounTEDGlobal is TED’s twin conference, held annually in Edinburgh, UK. The themes of the global conference are slightly more international in nature, but the full TED format is maintained.
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TEDIndiaNounTEDIndia, a one-time regional conference, was held in November of 2009 in Mysore, India.
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TEDMEDNounTED's partner conference which gives doctors, surgeons, healthcare experts, medical researchers and people with a passion for health a place to share ideas worth spreading.
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TEDPrizePrémio TEDNounTranslate as if the term were spelled "TED Prize." The TED Prize is awarded annually to an exceptional individual who receives $1,000,000 and the TED community’s resources and expertise to spark global change.
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TEDsterTEDsterNounA member of the TED community (e.g. a TED speaker or attendee). Sometimes used loosely for any TED fan. A slang term - be creative (just preserve "TED" in the translation).
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TEDstersTEDstersNounPlural of "TEDster," defined as: A member of the TED community (e.g. a TED speaker or attendee). Sometimes used loosely for any TED fan. A slang term - be creative (just preserve "TED" in the translation).
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TEDWomenNounTEDWomen celebrates women and girls around the world by convening a global event centered in Washington -- and connecting with self-organized TEDx for TEDWomen events around the world.
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TEDxNounTEDx is a program designed to give communities, organizations and individuals the opportunity to stimulate dialogue through TED-like experiences at the local level.
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TEDx ActivatorsAtivadores TEDxNounThe TEDx Activators Program offers a mentorship exchange between seasoned TEDx organizers and potential TEDx organizers.
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TEDx AmbassadorEmbaixador(a) TEDxNounAn individual appointed to foster their local TEDx community, to help oversee the branding issues with the TEDx events in their region, and to act as a regional leader for TED/TEDx, helping to spread the reach of TEDx globally.
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TEDx AmbassadorsEmbaixadores(as) TEDxNounIndividuals appointed to foster their local TEDx community, to help oversee the branding issues with the TEDx events in their region, and to act as a regional leader for TED/TEDx, helping to spread the reach of TEDx globally.
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TEDx eventevento TEDxNounAn independently organized TED-like conference. The term "event" here stands for "conference" or "gathering."
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TEDx in a BoxNounA program where individuals in developing communities are delivered all the resources they need in order to organize a TEDx event, packaged in a portable box.
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TEDxChangeNounAn initiative devoted to ideas worth spreading in the areas of global health and development. The TEDxChange team works with TEDx organizers around the world to help facilitate meaningful discussions on topics including vaccines, polio, malaria, HIV/AIDS, maternal and newborn child health and agricultural development. Also a global signature event broadcast across the TEDx community.
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TEDxCity2.0NounA series of TEDx events based on the idea of "City 2.0" where speakers can focus on themes including culture, transportation, education, sanitation, recreation - all elements whose presence will dictate the success of our future cities.
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TEDxLiveNounTEDxLive is a license for TEDx events centered around the live webcast of a TED Conference.
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TEDxSummitNounTEDxSummit is a week-long event exclusively for TEDx organizers.
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TEDxTalkpalestra TEDxNounTranslate as if the term were spelled "TEDx Talk." A video recording of a talk delivered at an independently organized TEDx event and uploaded by the organizers.
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TEDxTalkspalestras TEDxNounTranslate as if the term were spelled "TEDx Talks." Videos filmed at independently organized TEDx events and uploaded by the organizers. Also, the title of the website section that contains the talks.
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TEDxYouthDayNounA series of TEDx events that happen all around the world in late November, around Universal Children's Day.
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TEDYouthNounTEDYouth is a day-long event for high school students which coincides with more than 100 self-organized TEDxYouthDay events happening worldwide over a 48-hour period.
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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences.Esta palestra foi dada num evento TEDx local, produzido independentemente das Conferências TED.SentenceDisclaimer added to the YouTube description of some TEDx Talks.
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