Standplaats

11:49 Dec 3, 2010
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
Construction / Civil Engineering
Dutch term or phrase: Standplaats
Voor het woord "standplaats", hoewel het eenvoudig genoeg lijkt, vind ik geen vertaling die naar mijn gevoel aan navolgende definitie voldoet:

"Een standplaats is een type Verblijfsobject en is een terrein of gedeelte daarvan dat bestemd is voor het permanent plaatsen van een niet direct en niet duurzaam met de aarde verbonden ruimte."

Hierbij kan men dus vooral denken aan een standplaats voor een caravan.
T van Lottum
Local time: 04:14


Summary of answers provided
4pitch, site
Chris Hopley
3plot
Elsje Apostel
3lot
Jack den Haan


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35 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 4/5Answerer confidence 4/5
standplaats
pitch, site


Explanation:
In the context of caravanning and camping in general, the place you put it is called a pitch.

-> "41. the specific location in which a person or object is placed or stationed; allotted or assigned place. "
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/pitch

See also: http://www.hillsidecaravanpark.co.uk/pitchfees.html

I'm not sure if 'pitch' is used like this in US Eng., "site" is more likely, I think, but I stand open to correction by US Eng. speakers!

Chris Hopley
Netherlands
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standplaats
lot


Explanation:
I'll make a formal answer of my discussion entry, but I think Chris' answer might be more appropriate.

Jack den Haan
Netherlands
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plot


Explanation:
Meen in deze context ooit plot te hebben gezien

Elsje Apostel
Belgium
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