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Interlingua may be one of the following:
- Interlingua, an auxiliary language developed by the International Auxiliary Language Association.
- An alternative name for Latino Sine Flexione, a largely defunct auxiliary language developed by Giuseppe Peano.
- A general term describing any international auxiliary language. See also interlinguistics.
- A language-neutral representation of semantic and grammatical concepts; see Interlingual machine translation.
- A name given to the fictional "basic speech" used in science fiction settings, such as Star Trek and the works of Robert A. Heinlein.
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Interlingua was also the name of a very successful UK translation agency, the first to become really big when it secured the contract for translating all of the Concorde documentation into English/French. It eventually went out of business due to its attempts to use early versions of computer-aided translation (CAT) tools that were inadequate for the job. The founders were a husband-and-wife team of British refugees from Germany who both had a technical background.