TBX3 tries to promote uniform terminology data by defining a number of predefined fields, in some cases with a list of allowed values. For example, it defines a grammaticalGender field, which can have one value of [masculine, feminine, neuter, other].

When converting between other formats and TBX3, field names are preserved by default (as well as possible), but you can also define mapping files: they specify which fields between the formats are equivalent. For example you may have a field called gender, with the possible values [m,f,n]. It's not always possible to have a 1:1 mapping, but the Converter tries to always produce valid TBX and preserve as much structure as possible.

This is a new and complex feature, and there may still be errors in the Converter... 

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