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>Can anyone please explain what Translation Memory Technology is?
It is technology that allows translators to compare a document needing
translation to the previous version of the same document (which is in
memory), usually sentence by sentence. Translators see only those sentences
that are completely new, and therefore not in memory, and those sentences
that have any change.