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20:19 Nov 7, 2003
German to English translations [PRO]
Science / forestry, biogeochemistry
German term or phrase: Vollzug
Unsere Modellanalyse legte jedoch nahe, dass zumindest ein Teil der aktuellen Senke (44 %) dadurch entsteht, dass die durch CO2-Düngung, N-Deposition und Klimaerwärmung gesteigerten Zuwächse, bei etwa gleichbleibendem Vollzug, zu einer Erhöhung der Hektarvorräte innerhalb der Altersklassen führen.
adria mooney
Local time: 14:20
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Christine Bollmann


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Explanation:
Vollzug is a very antique word, which is commonly being used referring to "Vollzug" of a sentence.... that means maybe something like "bringing to an end" or "execute" or "carrying out" although - very hard to understand the whole thing - even for a German....

Christine Bollmann
Spain
Local time: 13:20
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in pair: 70
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I think there is a more specific term necessary

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  xxxAnglo-German: I agree to your suggestion, but don't find this hard to understand. And it's certainly not old-fashioned imho.
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Comment: I think there is a more specific term necessary




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