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sollen vs. müssen

Greek translation: να έχουν vs.πρέπει

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00:11 Apr 3, 2004
German to Greek translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Transport / Transportation / Shipping
German term or phrase: sollen vs. müssen
Åßíáé áñãÜ êé Ý÷åé áñ÷ßóåé íá êïëÜåé ôï ìõáëü ìïõ. Ðþò áðïäßäåôáé óå Ýíá íïìéêü êåßìåíï ç äéáöïñÜ ìåôáîý sollen êáé müssen; Ð.÷.: Fahrgasträume und Fahrzeugführerplätze sollen klimatisiert sein, mindestens müssen sie ausreichend beheizt und belüftet werden können.
Konstantinos Tsanakas
Germany
Local time: 00:31
Greek translation:να έχουν vs.πρέπει
Explanation:
fahrgasträume να έχουν κλιματισμό (να είναι κλιματισμένο), τουλάχιστον πρέπει να....
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Franz Holzer
Local time: 00:31
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Danke!
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να έχουν vs.πρέπει


Explanation:
fahrgasträume να έχουν κλιματισμό (να είναι κλιματισμένο), τουλάχιστον πρέπει να....

Franz Holzer
Local time: 00:31
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in category: 24
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Danke!

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disagree  thomastr: sollen bzw. sollten wird oft mit èá ðñÝðåé íá wiedergegepen, müssen hingegen mit ðñÝðåé íá (ohne èá). Quelle: Vortrag Herr Valeontis vom ELOT (1998 glaube ich)
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