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I'm going to use a combination of the suggested answers. I need something that works well as a noun and verb. I will go with "Procedure for Transferring Charges" and "charge transfers" and "charge codes". Thanks to everyone for your input. 3 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer
That would be an excellent solution if it weren't for sentences like this:
"Indien de opdrachtgever kosten wil doorrekenen aan een Intercompany of derden...." But you're in the ballpark. And yes, it's Belgian Dutch. I'm thinking I might go for "invoice transfers".
Could we see the sentence? 'Doorrekenen' means to 'pass on the costs', but how to word it depends on the context. Moreover, assuming these affiliates are related companies (sorry, I'm British) it might be a transfer-pricing scenario.
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Erik Boers Belgium Local time: 16:55 Native speaker of: Dutch
Explanation: Something of a wild guess, using my imagination based on the available information. Also, departs from the word a little bit.
Take your pick from the options I've presented, or of course ignore the lot.
By the way, is this Belgian Dutch (I always hesitate to use the word Flemish when it comes to the 'standardised' language itself) rather than Dutch Dutch? The 'werkfiche' is something of a giveaway, although again a bit of a guess.
Andrew47 Local time: 16:55 Works in field Native speaker of: English
Explanation: I think we can use charge, maybe imputations.
In my work environment (workshops trucks&busses) we use the word 'charge to code' to indicate who pays which repair (ex. customer, warranty customer, internal customer, third party (insurance)...)
Hope this is helpfull
xxxAdrian MM. Local time: 16:55 Specializes in field Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 7
I'm going to use a combination of the suggested answers. I need something that works well as a noun and verb. I will go with "Procedure for Transferring Charges" and "charge transfers" and "charge codes". Thanks to everyone for your input.