The specialized communication in a MRO: the role of the terms
Keywords:terminology, MRO Company, term.
AbstractBased on the General Theory of Terminology and on the Communicative Theory of Terminology, the objective of this composition is present a terminological study that was developed in a company specialized in the maintenance, repair and overhaul of aircraft, an MRO. Inside this context, this paper builds on the direct observation of the use of the specialized terminology in the workplace of an MRO. From this, it was verified that exists a lot of terminological variation, what makes the communication between the member of the staff and between the staff and customers very difficult, as well the performance in the execution of the MRO services.
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