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aggregieren zu größeren Einheiten

English translation: aggregate to larger units

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10:02 Jan 15, 2008
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - IT (Information Technology)
German term or phrase: aggregieren zu größeren Einheiten
KONTEXT: Portalseiten aggregieren iViews zu größeren Einheiten im Portal.

I'm not sure how to translate ,,aggregieren zu'' here. "Aggregate to" sounds odd to me. Any suggestions?
macrettoc
Local time: 11:51
English translation:aggregate to larger units
Explanation:
"Aggregate" seems to be the proper term of art. See e.g. the linked example.
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DC Josephs
Local time: 12:51
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Thanks for the confirmation, DC. Schoenen Tag noch!
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aggregate to larger units


Explanation:
"Aggregate" seems to be the proper term of art. See e.g. the linked example.


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DC Josephs
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Thanks for the confirmation, DC. Schoenen Tag noch!

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