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Nullrunde

Italian translation: Congelamento (qui)

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German term or phrase:Nullrunde
Italian translation:Congelamento (qui)
Entered by: Sandra Bertolini
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09:02 Sep 1, 2006
German to Italian translations [PRO]
Insurance / CH
German term or phrase: Nullrunde
Nullrunde versus Prämienaufschlag

È il titolo di un articolo che parla degli aumenti di premi delle casse malati (chi aumenta e chi no)
Giovanna N.
Switzerland
Local time: 08:41
Congelamento (qui)
Explanation:
Nullrunde corrisponde ad aumento zero/congelamento degli aumenti. Nel tuo caso potresti mettere Congelamento vs. aumento dei premi; è una proposta. Ciao e buon lavoro
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Sandra Bertolini
Italy
Local time: 08:41
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Grazie, ottima proposta!
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Sandra Bertolini


  

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Congelamento (qui)


Explanation:
Nullrunde corrisponde ad aumento zero/congelamento degli aumenti. Nel tuo caso potresti mettere Congelamento vs. aumento dei premi; è una proposta. Ciao e buon lavoro

Sandra Bertolini
Italy
Local time: 08:41
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Native speaker of: Italian
PRO pts in category: 27
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Grazie, ottima proposta!
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