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German to English translations [PRO] Bus/Financial - Management
German term or phrase:wird so gelebt
Excel table describing some process. When problems are detected, a plan of action is made. In this column, many entries simply say "wird so gelebt." What could this mean? Something like wird weiter so belassen? Left as is? I'm confused.
That's the problem. I have no clue. It's not clear... They're called macro processes. It's talking about some campaign. I don't know what the actual product is. Some headings in the charg: Prozess Schritt, Organisationseinheiten, Handlungsbedarf.
Explanation: just a guess
could it be stet...as in let it stand?
jerrie United Kingdom Local time: 21:56 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 4
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No (immediate) action required
Explanation: Or maybe: "low priority action" or "deferred action". It certainly seems from your explanation that no specific action plan is recommended for this item at this time (though this could change when the process plan is next updated).
Explanation: It depends how you translate/interpret Beschreibung Massnahmen and the final Massnahme; if the two are clearly related, the final column might just confirm that the measure has been agreed.
Maybe it is possible to glean further clues from any entries under the same heading which do NOT read "wird so gelebt" ... ?
"etw. wird gelebt" usually refers to living by a certain belief system, operating according to your principles or putting theory into practice wholeheartedly, so I would think it refers to a measure that is "in progress" rather than "on hold" anyway.
Deborah Shannon Germany Local time: 22:56 Works in field Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 32