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Facilities-based license

Japanese translation: ファシリティー・ベースの

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English term or phrase:Facilities-based
Japanese translation:ファシリティー・ベースの
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08:31 Jun 11, 2001
English to Japanese translations [PRO]
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English term or phrase: Facilities-based license
The optic fiber company has obtained this license to operate in Japan. I assume it's not strongly a technical term, but I may need some advice on how it could be translated in the most appropriate way.
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ファシリティー・ベースのライセンス
Explanation:
Since "Facility-base" is translated 「ファシリティー・ベース」, I would say 「ファシリティー・ベースのライセンス」is suitable for ”facility-based license”.

Hope it helps!
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Hiroko Albrecht
United States
Local time: 05:44
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Thank you so much, Hiroko-san, it does help a lot!
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ファシリティー・ベースのライセンス


Explanation:
Since "Facility-base" is translated 「ファシリティー・ベース」, I would say 「ファシリティー・ベースのライセンス」is suitable for ”facility-based license”.

Hope it helps!


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Hiroko Albrecht
United States
Local time: 05:44
Native speaker of: Native in JapaneseJapanese
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Thank you so much, Hiroko-san, it does help a lot!
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