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|English to German translations [PRO]|
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|English term or phrase: including, but not limited to,...|
|I would like to know how "including, but not limited to" (followed by a list) should be translated into German when translating legal texts/contracts. It has been suggested to me that "insbesondere" is ok to use but I am not convinced that this covers all the English, especially "but not limited to". Can anyone suggest alternatives or advise how this should be dealt with in German?|
|German translation:so insbesondere // so unter anderem|
I can only confirm the info already given, i.e. that the above does indeed fully cover the English meaning. "including, but not limited to" is just a conventionalised phrase in English legalese designating the non-exhaustive nature of an enumeration, which is perfectly rendered by the German.
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