schakelen + zonodig

English translation: call in, bring in

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Dutch term or phrase:inschakelen
English translation:call in, bring in
Entered by: Cynthia Brals-Rud

11:10 Feb 22, 2001
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Dutch term or phrase: schakelen + zonodig
"... en door hem in te schakelen derde conform de daarbij gevoegde bijlagen"

en

"Deze bijlagen ...gedurende... procedure zonodig te worden aangevuld"

Hartelijk bedankt!
Cynthia Brals-Rud
Local time: 21:14
call in/bring in + if necessary
Explanation:
...and a third party to be called in by him in accordance with the attachments included

The verb here is "inschakelen" not "schakelen" - see Van Dale N-E

"These attachments.... during....procedure te be supplemented if necessary"

zo nodig - indien nodig - same thing.
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Anja Lodge
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nacall in/bring in + if necessary
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nacall in/bring in + if necessary
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8 mins
call in/bring in + if necessary


Explanation:
...and a third party to be called in by him in accordance with the attachments included

The verb here is "inschakelen" not "schakelen" - see Van Dale N-E

"These attachments.... during....procedure te be supplemented if necessary"

zo nodig - indien nodig - same thing.


    Van Dale N-E
Anja Lodge
PRO pts in pair: 48
Grading comment
Hartelijk bedankt!

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Madeleine van Zanten
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10 mins
call in/bring in + if necessary


Explanation:
...and a third party to be called in by him in accordance with the attachments included

The verb here is "inschakelen" not "schakelen" - see Van Dale N-E

"These attachments.... during....procedure te be supplemented if necessary"

zo nodig - indien nodig - same thing.


    Van Dale N-E
Anja Lodge
PRO pts in pair: 48
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