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German translation: Produkt, Ding, Stück

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English term or phrase:widget
German translation:Produkt, Ding, Stück
Entered by: Birgit Yandle
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10:15 Jan 14, 2001
English to German translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: widget
This is an example in a book about budgets:

"If you set a target of selling 1,000 widgets a month..."
Irene Fried
Germany
Local time: 22:27
Stück
Explanation:
"widget" is a generic term for anything, i.e. a bit of something, a little part of a whole, etc.

in this context it probably means one item, depending on the respective product.
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Birgit Yandle
Australia
Local time: 07:27
Grading comment
Danke Birgit. Ich hatte schon so eine Vermutung, brauchte nur noch die Bestätigung
Irene
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Stück


Explanation:
"widget" is a generic term for anything, i.e. a bit of something, a little part of a whole, etc.

in this context it probably means one item, depending on the respective product.


    my English husband
Birgit Yandle
Australia
Local time: 07:27
Native speaker of: German
PRO pts in pair: 31
Grading comment
Danke Birgit. Ich hatte schon so eine Vermutung, brauchte nur noch die Bestätigung
Irene
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