precipitatie

German translation: Beschleunigung

00:39 Aug 21, 2001
Dutch to German translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Dutch term or phrase: precipitatie
Anlagengenehmigung
jeanette
German translation:Beschleunigung
Explanation:
Uit het frans: précipiter > beschleunigen. Al naar gelang wat de tekst verder zegt, kan dus precipitatie met Niederschlag of met Beschleunigung vertaald worden.
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Madeleine van Zanten
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naBeschleunigung
Alexander Schleber
naBeschleunigung
Madeleine van Zanten
naNiederschlag
Alexander Schleber


  

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1 hr
Niederschlag


Explanation:
Part of the "Wvo-vergunning 1998" (Wet milieubeheer = Umweltschutzgesetz), whereby the precipitation (Niederschlag) of an installation is subject to a permissions procedure.

See:
http://www.bio.uu.nl/~arbo/Wetenregelgeving/WVOvergunning.ht...
for the Dutch regulations.



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Alexander Schleber
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2 hrs
Beschleunigung


Explanation:
Uit het frans: précipiter > beschleunigen. Al naar gelang wat de tekst verder zegt, kan dus precipitatie met Niederschlag of met Beschleunigung vertaald worden.

Madeleine van Zanten
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5 days
Beschleunigung


Explanation:
You can "speed up" the permissions procedure for an installation, but "precipitatie" has nothing to do with it here, in my opinion. "Anlagegenehmigung" is thez permuissions procedure for industrial installations.
Can you explain to me, why you chose "Beschleunigung"?
Thanks,
Alexander


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Alexander Schleber
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