Term of the Week: Language Pair Author Richard SikesPublished on February 21, 2018February 22, 2018 What is it? In localization, a language pair identifies the combination of one unique source language variant with one unique target language variant. Why is it important? Language pairs are a basic unit of translation. The source contains original content, which is then translated into a target language. The pairs are generally expressed with implied translation direction: source before target. ...continue reading "Term of the Week: Language Pair"