Per aversionem

Per aversionem is a Latin phrase meaning “for a lump sum”. In Roman (indeed) and, hence, civil law, it means the kind of sale where goods are taken in bulk rather than by weight or measure, for a single price, to avoid disputes over the computation of units. This type of sale allows the buyer to “turn away” from scrutinizing the things purchased. Still in 2020, a boring debate is pervading the blogosphere on whether translation should be priced by the hour or by the word. Debates on rates (ascending, […]

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