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frei entscheiden

English translation: decide freely

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German term or phrase:frei entscheiden
English translation:decide freely
Entered by: Ulrike Lieder
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23:46 Oct 21, 2002
German to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents / General terms and conditions
German term or phrase: frei entscheiden
Sollten online-Angaben zum Sortiment falsch gewesen sein, werden wir dem Kunden ein Gegenangebot unterbreiten, über dessen Annahme er frei entscheiden kann. Would it be appropriate to say something like 'reserves the right to'in this context or 'has the option of'? Any input appreciated.
Psytrans
United Kingdom
Local time: 02:44
decide freely
Explanation:
They make a counteroffer to the customer, who can then decide freely whether or not to accept it.

Your second option, "has the option of" would also work, but I wouldn't use the first one.

... that South Carolina employees’ rights are protected to work free from harassment or intimidation and that each has the right and ability to decide freely ...
www.sccc.org/2002 Business Agenda/ Right-to-Work%202002.htm
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Ulrike Lieder
Local time: 18:44
Grading comment
Thanks again. Fits nicely.
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decide freely


Explanation:
They make a counteroffer to the customer, who can then decide freely whether or not to accept it.

Your second option, "has the option of" would also work, but I wouldn't use the first one.

... that South Carolina employees’ rights are protected to work free from harassment or intimidation and that each has the right and ability to decide freely ...
www.sccc.org/2002 Business Agenda/ Right-to-Work%202002.htm


Ulrike Lieder
Local time: 18:44
Native speaker of: German
PRO pts in pair: 3525
Grading comment
Thanks again. Fits nicely.

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agree  Trudy Peters
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