Xybernaut's policy is hands-off

04:49 Sep 4, 2000
English to German translations [PRO]
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English term or phrase: Xybernaut's policy is hands-off
How can I translate Xybernaut's policy is hands-off from English into German?
Herwig Kloster


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Ulrike Lieder (X)
na"Hände weg" ist Xybernauts Devise.
Eva Gerkrath


  

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"Hände weg" ist Xybernauts Devise.


Explanation:
Oder:
"Ohne Hände" ist unsere/Xybernauts Devise Devise.
Wenn es sich um Xybernauts eigene Website handelt, würde ich eher ... "ist unsere Devise" nehmen.

Hdh, Eva


Eva Gerkrath
Netherlands
Local time: 16:26
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in pair: 23

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Dierk Seeburg
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4 hrs
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Explanation:
"Hands off" means no intervention, and the term is often used in the context of hands-off management.
Schäfer, Wirtschaftswörterbuch, 6. Aufl., gives "interventionsfrei".
For hands-on management, Schäfers Management & Marketing Dictionary gives "straffe Unternehmensführung". If the hands off refers to management (which I think it might, but it's hard to tell from just one sentence), you might use s.th. like
Im Hause X. herrscht eine Politik der lockeren Unternehmensführung.
Nichteinmischung and Laissez-faire also came to mind, see if those terms will work within your context.
Hope this helps.

Ulrike Lieder (X)
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