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Thread poster: Arslon

Arslon
Uzbekistan
German to Uzbek
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Nov 8, 2016

Liebe Kollege,

oft sind solche Begriffe, besonders bei proz.com , 2k Words, 17 k etc.
Was bedeutet in diesem Zusammenhang?

Danke im Voraus


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Matthias Quaschning-Kirsch  Identity Verified
Germany
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Kilo Nov 8, 2016

Das k bedeutet genau dasselbe wie in kg (Kilogramm), also Tausend. Z.B. 2k = 2000, 17k = 17.000. Manchmal sind wir etwas schreibfaul, und dann kommt es zu solchen Abkürzungen.

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Siegchen
Romania
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k = Tausend Nov 8, 2016

k steht für Tausend, d.h. 2k Wörter bedeutet 2.000 Wörter

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GTranslati  Identity Verified
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kilo Nov 8, 2016

Hallo Arslon.

k - Kilo
7 k = 7000 Wörter

Gruß


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Nicole Coesel  Identity Verified
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2k = 2,000 (words) for example Nov 8, 2016

It is normal in this business to express the amount of words in k

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