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distracted denier

German translation: Gestörte(r) Therapieverweigerer

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English term or phrase:distracted denier
German translation:Gestörte(r) Therapieverweigerer
Entered by: Steffen Syhré - German Translator, Copywriter, Editor
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11:55 May 14, 2003
English to German translations [PRO]
Medical
English term or phrase: distracted denier
It apparently has to do with so called "typology" and is a trait in someones character?!
Eveline
United Kingdom
Local time: 05:15
Gestörte(r) Therapieverweigerer
Explanation:
I know "denier" as "Therapieverweigerer" from a criminological context, but I am not sure about the "distracted" here.
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Steffen Syhré - German Translator, Copywriter, Editor
Germany
Local time: 06:15
Grading comment
Sorry, for not answering earlier. It was somewhat helpful what you said, but didn't fit into the context at all, so I couldn't get an answer to this question really. Thanks anyway for your help
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2 +1Gestörte(r) Therapieverweigerer
Steffen Syhré - German Translator, Copywriter, Editor


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Gestörte(r) Therapieverweigerer


Explanation:
I know "denier" as "Therapieverweigerer" from a criminological context, but I am not sure about the "distracted" here.

Steffen Syhré - German Translator, Copywriter, Editor
Germany
Local time: 06:15
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in pair: 347
Grading comment
Sorry, for not answering earlier. It was somewhat helpful what you said, but didn't fit into the context at all, so I couldn't get an answer to this question really. Thanks anyway for your help

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agree  Harald Moelzer (medical-translator)
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