editor-at-large

German translation: Redakteur (Editor-at-large)

03:59 Feb 19, 2001
English to German translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: editor-at-large
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German translation:Redakteur (Editor-at-large)
Explanation:
An editor is not a Verlagshaus or a Grossverleger, but rather a Redakteur. The phrase "at large" generally means something like "ohne Ressort", "ohne Portefeuille"; however, I could not find any German references on "Redakteur ohne Ressort". There does seem to be some confusion as to what exactly an editor-at-large is/does, so I'd suggest using Redakteur and adding the English title in parentheses.

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naRedakteur (Editor-at-large)
Ulrike Lieder (X)
naVerlagshaus, Großverleger
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Verlagshaus, Großverleger


Explanation:
Verlagshaus, wörtl. Großverleger

Max Diez
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Redakteur (Editor-at-large)


Explanation:
An editor is not a Verlagshaus or a Grossverleger, but rather a Redakteur. The phrase "at large" generally means something like "ohne Ressort", "ohne Portefeuille"; however, I could not find any German references on "Redakteur ohne Ressort". There does seem to be some confusion as to what exactly an editor-at-large is/does, so I'd suggest using Redakteur and adding the English title in parentheses.

Hope this helps.

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Local time: 06:39
Native speaker of: German
PRO pts in pair: 1505
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