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    • Join Date: Jul 2005
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    could you please tell me what "preferential" means in the following sentence:

    Translation costs include translation, editing, proofreading and one round of client changes, as long as they are deemed errors and not preferential (e.g. language style).

    Thanks a lot!


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    Re: preferential

    Those would be changes that were improvements, but not actual errors. So if the client preferred a term, though the original translated term was OK, the client would have to pay extra.


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