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wordbook:24-random-dutch-english-terms



24 random Dutch-English terms


[NED] vacuümvorming [ENG] vacuum formation [GWIT] [REM] [~]

[NED] op zichzelf (genomen) [ENG] as it is; viewed apart [Van Dale] [REM] [~]

[NED] op zichzelf is dat niets nieuws [ENG] actually / in itself that's nothing new [Van Dale] [REM] [~]

[NED] gezin vs familie [ENG] family [REM] GEZIN = immediate family (children and their parents) FAMILIE = extended family (the same as een gezin + aunts, uncles, cousins, etc.) [~]

[NED] ingreep [ENG] surgery; intervention; procedure [REM] (medical) [~]

[NED] klimaatplafond [ENG] climate-controlled ceiling [REM] [~]

[NED] stralingspanelen [ENG] radiant panels [REM] [~]

[NED] aftekenen; afgetekend [ENG] receipt [REM] (JurLex) [~]

[NED] aftekenen; afgetekend; viseren [ENG] stamp [REM] (customs) [~]

[NED] aftekenen; afgetekend [ENG] mark out [REM] IATE: Definition: (1) to trace on a rough casting the necessary marks for dimensions checking and for machining (2) to set out dimensional marks or outlines on a material as a guide for subsequent cutting operations (aka: mark, lay out, scribe, trace) [~]

[NED] aftekenen; bevestigen [ENG] endors [REM] [~]

[NED] aftekenen; afgetekend [ENG] sign off (EDUCATION) [REM] Usage example: ‘Signed off tasks are those that you as teacher consider to be completed - i.e. there is no outstanding work. If a task is signed off, it is removed from student task lists, so if they haven't completed it, this is the equivalent of excusing them from the task.’ [~]

[NED] Octrooiraad [ENG] Patent Council [REM] (nu: Bureau voor de Industriële Eigendom)  [~]

[NED] gastgerichtheid [ENG] guest orientation [REM] Guest orientation is defined as the importance a customer service provider places on his or her customers’ needs and expectations with regard to service offerings and describes the extent to which employees are willing to put forth time and effort to satisfy their customers (Kelly, 1992). [~]

[NED] overnachtingsrecreatie; verblijfsrecreatie; verblijfstoerisme; vakantierecreatie; Übernachtungsurlaub [ENG] stay tourism (IATE); overnight tourism; residential recreation; recreational accommodation; overnight recreational accommodation (MJWB) [REM] Def.: het verblijf voor recreatieve doeleinden buiten de eerste woning, waarbij ten minste één nacht wordt doorgebracht, met uitzondering van overnachtingen bij familie en kennissen. [~]

[NED] gastheerschap [ENG] hostmanship/hosting (JurLex); hospitality (Linguee); hosting (of e.g. a conference) [REM] [~]

[NED] balie [ENG] counter; desk; service desk; front desk [REM] (toonbank) [~]

[NED] balie [ENG] bar; bar association [REM] (advocatuur) [~]

[NED] Mens, Omgeving en Proces; M.O.P.; MOP; MOP-model [ENG] People, Process, and Place (PPP) [REM] A three-part model developed by the Facility Management Institute to describe the basic nature of facility management. People are the end users, space occupants, visitors, and others who occupy the space; process represents work processes that occur in the space, namely, pedestrian and vehicular movement, work, and paper flow; and place is the physical infrastructure of a building and how it supports employees? [~]

[NED] managementondersteuning; managementondersteuner [ENG] management support [REM] [~]

[NED] Attractiebesluit [ENG] Attractions Decree [REM] (Warenwetbesluit attractie- en speeltoestellen) (26 maart 1997) [~]

[NED] attractiesector [ENG] attractions sector, the [REM] ‘Today’s consumers are more tech-savvy and have ever increasing expectations. Across the attractions sector, there are signs that customers want more innovative, immersive and interactive experiences which provide value for money.’ [~]

[NED] op de bonnefooi [ENG] on spec [REM] In the hope of success but without any specific plan or instructions: ‘he built the factory on spec and hoped someone would buy it’ [~]

[NED] op de bonnefooi [ENG] without pre booking; without making prior arrangements [REM] [~]

wordbook/24-random-dutch-english-terms.txt · Last modified: 2021/05/26 16:24 by michaelbeijer