Cookie Policy

Verbarium – Luso Translation Boutique® (Chancexpression, Lda), hereinafter referred to as Verbarium, in accordance with European legislation, wants to ensure that this website’s user understands what “cookies” are and why they are used, so that he/she can make informed decisions about whether or not to have cookies on their devices.

Contact us with any questions about our Cookie Policy.

What Are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files with bits of information that are transferred and stored on the user’s device when he/she visits certain websites. These small files allow for identifying the device, but not the user, as well as for passive monitoring of the activities performed by the user on the website.

The use of cookies to access websites is common practice and the various browsers allow all users to refuse their use, as well as delete those that have already been created.

How They Are Used

The use of cookies improves user navigation on Verbarium’s website, making it simpler and faster. It also allows for a more exciting and dynamic browsing experience since the content provided will be more oriented to the user’s needs and expectations without harming the devices (computers, tablets, mobile phones, etc.) on which they are stored.

Validity and Type of Cookies

Cookies used on this website may vary depending on how long you stay on your device:

  • Session Cookies: Expire when the user closes the browser and therefore do not remain on the device.
  • Persistent Cookies: Are stored long-term on the user’s device and used to ensure the website remembers the user’s preferences.

Additionally, and considering the different purposes of cookies, they can be classified into 4 different types:

  • Strictly Necessary Cookies: Essential cookies to allow the user to browse the website and use the available resources and/or services.
  • Analytical Cookies: Cookies that allow us to update Verbarium’s website to respond to user preferences and thereby improve overall performance. These cookies collect information about the use of the website—for example, which pages are visited most frequently. These cookies do not collect any information that identifies the user; all information is aggregated, and therefore anonymous.
  • Functionality Cookies: Cookies that allow Verbarium’s website to recognize user choices, such as language preferences and any customizations made to the website’s pages during the visit. These cookies are necessary to provide resources and services specific to each user.
  • Cookies for Advertising Purposes: Verbarium’s website does not contain cookies for advertising purposes.

Third Party Cookies

Cookies can be generated by domains belonging to Verbarium or to external entities. For example, when a connection is made to a website of another company, this company may also place cookies on your device.

Cookies generated by third parties have similar functions to those generated internally. However, Verbarium does not control how they are used, therefor we recommend that you refer to their associated cookie policies.

This policy is periodically revised with the main purpose of updating the list of cookies used by third parties. It should be noted, however, that new cookies may appear in between such reviews, which, although they are not explicit, will be used for the same purposes as existing cookies. Considering this information, as of the date of this review, when browsing Verbarium’s website the user may encounter cookies from the following entities:

  • Google/DoubleClick

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  • Google Analytics

  • Facebook

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  • LinkedIn

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Cookie Management

In compliance with current legislation, with the exception of strictly necessary cookies, Verbarium’s website only uses cookies with the prior and express consent of the user.

Verbarium is committed to using cookies only for the above purposes.

It should be noted that the use of cookies is essential to the proper operation of Verbarium’s website as a whole, and its acceptance is therefore recommended.

The non-acceptance of cookies is likely to affect the functionality or performance of Verbarium’s website. Not using cookies will also affect Verbarium’s ability to update the website to meet user preferences and improve performance.

Control Operations

If you wish, you can perform the following cookie control / management operations through your browser:

  • Delete, block, or allow all cookies;
  • Block third-party cookies (i.e., cookies set by online services other than those you are explicitly visiting);
  • Clear all cookies when you close your browser;
  • Open a “private” / “anonymous” browsing session, which allows you to browse the Internet without recording your browsing history or storing local data, such as cookies (you should, however, be aware of the limitations of this resource in terms of privacy);
  • Install extensions and Plug-ins that increase the functionality of the browser.

Please refer to the following links to manage cookies in different browsers:

Google Chrome:


Internet Explorer:



You are also advised that you may disable third party cookies using Your Online Choices, a website managed by the non-profit association, European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA), which can be accessed at Here, you can find information about behavioral advertising based on profiling cookies. This site allows the user to easily refuse (opt-out) the installation of the main profiling cookies installed and used by advertisers on the Internet sites. Before using this tool, we recommend that you carefully read the General Terms of Service, the frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), and the Help section of the Your Online Choices website. Although Your Online Choices gathers many of the world’s leading advertising companies that use cookies, it is possible that some third parties who install cookies through the website have not adhered to Your Online Choices, so the use of that website does not guarantee that you will not receive cookies from third parties while browsing. It is also important to consider that by deleting all browser cookies, technical cookies issued by Your Online Choices to remember your choices regarding cookies can also be deleted, making third party cookies active again. Finally, we remind you that it is also possible to enable the Do-Not-Track function on the device. If this function is enabled, the device informs the respective service that the user does not want to be tracked.

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