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09:56 Nov 1, 2003
Japanese to English translations [Non-PRO]
Marketing
Japanese term or phrase: what is 受払?
貯蔵品受払明細表
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Summary of answers provided
4 +1shipping & receiving
H-Kobayashi
5The particulars of delivery and shipment of goods.goods
Nobuo Kawamura
4delivery of stored goods
kokuritsu


  

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shipping & receiving


Explanation:
"受"(受け) is receivig, and "払"(払い) is shipping.

H-Kobayashi
Japan
Local time: 04:42
Native speaker of: Native in JapaneseJapanese
PRO pts in pair: 59

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delivery of stored goods


Explanation:
貯蔵品受払い=delivery of stored goods(Google: about 24 sites)

明細=detailed statement, breakdown, specification, etc.


貯蔵品受払明細=Detailed statement of stored goods delivered

Hope it helps!

kokuritsu
Local time: 04:42
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The particulars of delivery and shipment of goods.goods


Explanation:
"particulars" will be better than "statement".

Nobuo Kawamura
Japan
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