minwerken/meerwerken

English translation: variations

10:15 Apr 21, 2000
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
Dutch term or phrase: minwerken/meerwerken
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I know what they mean but can I find a good English equivalent?...

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Afrekeningsmodaliteiten voor eventuele min- of meerwerken.
Simon Jones (X)
Local time: 13:06
English translation:variations
Explanation:
"variations" is the usual term in building, meaning "a change in the quantity or quality of the work agreed to in the contract"
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marinus (X)
Local time: 14:06
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navariations
marinus (X)
nadeletions and additions, omissions and extras
geo1mar2
navariations
marinus (X)
naless or more work than contractually agreed
jarry (X)


  

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1 hr
less or more work than contractually agreed


Explanation:
If the term "minwerken/meerwerken" is used in the context of construction/building/contracting work the above would make clear what is meant. I have not come across a single term for it in English.

jarry (X)
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1 hr
variations


Explanation:
"variations" is the usual term in building, meaning "a change in the quantity or quality of the work agreed to in the contract"

marinus (X)
Local time: 14:06
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5 hrs
deletions and additions, omissions and extras


Explanation:
Also try, works in plus and minus

geo1mar2
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14 hrs
variations


Explanation:
variations = a change in the quantity or quality of the work agreed to in the contract (building and construction)

marinus (X)
Local time: 14:06
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