SDL ETS uses a custom xml format. It has a dedicated source and target language, and one comment field.

Use as an output format

If you want to convert a termbase to an SDL ETS dictionary, you will be asked which languages are source and target. This is even required if your source data has only 2 languages, since the order is important. All selected fields are lumped together in one comment. It's probably best to ignore all fields, or just allow one entry field.


If your source formats allows multiple translations, they will be lost. ETS XML is a strict 1 source - 1 target format. If your input is a "proper" termbase, it's a good idea to verify the XML file manually.

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