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Dutch translation: knooppunt, knoop, node


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English term or phrase:Node
Dutch translation:knooppunt, knoop, node
Entered by: Henk Peelen
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13:00 Mar 29, 2003
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/ Antivirus
English term or phrase: Node
Nog steeds het antivirusprogramma: . The package components allow protection of all nodes on a corporate network
Volgens een aantal hits op Google blijft het onvertaald, maar weet iemand of er toch een Nederlands woord voor bestaat?
Marc Kuypers
Local time: 02:04
volgens mij gewoon knooppunt
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Henk Peelen
Local time: 02:04
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Bedankt iedreen!
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4 +5knooppunt
Henk Peelen



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volgens mij gewoon knooppunt

Henk Peelen
Local time: 02:04
Native speaker of: Native in DutchDutch
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Bedankt iedreen!

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Chantal Henno: dat is wat Microsoft ook gebruikt
1 min

agree  Tony Vandenborn: klopt ja, denk ik ook.
22 mins

agree  Saskia Steur: knoop of knooppunt, zie ook Kluwer
24 mins
  -> Woordenboek I & T heeft: knooppunt, node, punt in een netwerk of structuur waarop een werkstation, terminal, of file server is aangesloten op een netwerk

agree  Jacki
27 mins

agree  GertV
32 mins
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