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Citizen science has become a world-wide phenomenon. Especially for citizen science projects that have a global reach, translation is crucial to overcome language and cultural barriers to reach members of the public. Translation, understood as the transfer of meaning (of a text) from one language into another language, is crucial for the transmission of information, knowledge and (social) innovations. Therefore, this paper examines the role of translation and terminology used in citizen sciencedoi:10.3389/fsoc.2021.629720 pmid:33869580 pmcid:PMC8022696 fatcat:5hlcoeifjfgslchnphbn3xpp2u