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Polish translation: despotyczny

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12:38 Mar 9, 2001
English to Polish translations [PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: controlling
Can anybody come up with a one polish word equivalent for a CONTROLLING person.
Ivona
United States
Local time: 00:03
Polish translation:despotyczny
Explanation:
równiez: władczy, apodyktyczny, arbitralny.
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graff
United States
Local time: 01:03
Grading comment
Exactly it! Thanks!
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Summary of answers provided
na +1despotycznygraff
naKontrolującyGeorge Fabian
naSpecjalista ds. controllingu/kontrolingu
Robert Pranagal
napracownik controllingu
Uwe Kirmse
naKontrolującyGeorge Fabian
nakontroler
Astro Jaroslaw Rutkowski


  

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4 mins
kontroler


Explanation:
How about just Kontroler.


    Own knowledge and Eng Business Dictionary
Astro Jaroslaw Rutkowski
Local time: 07:03
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55 mins
Kontrolujący


Explanation:
Just a thought


    Life
George Fabian
Local time: 07:03
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1 hr
pracownik controllingu


Explanation:
controlling jest to slowo uzywane w j. polskim, a czlowiek, ktory w np. w jakiejs firmie zajmuje sie tym, jest to pracownik controllingu (ew. pr. wydzialu controllingu).
Jest na to mnostwo przykladow w internecie, podaje pierwsze lepsze dwa, ktore znalazlem w internecie.

Bilety w tramwaju kontroluje oczywiscie kontroler!


    Reference: http://www.zie.pg.gda.pl/dydaktyka2.html#sp14
    Reference: http://www.epsa.com.pl/inf_o_fi/controlling.htm
Uwe Kirmse
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1 hr
Specjalista ds. controllingu/kontrolingu


Explanation:
If you mean for example a person who is a flight controller, the one-word answer is KONTROLER.

However, if you mean a person working in corporate structures, in the controlling department (in charge of controlling corporate costs etc.), unfortunately, there is no one-word equivalent. The position is called in Polish:

SPECJALISTA DO SPRAW KONTROLINGU

Sometimes, and that's really awkward although quite common, they use:

SPECJALISTA DO SPRAW CONTROLLINGU









    own corporate experience
Robert Pranagal
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2 hrs peer agreement (net): +1
despotyczny


Explanation:
równiez: władczy, apodyktyczny, arbitralny.



    has;o WLADCZY (1025)
graff
United States
Local time: 01:03
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Grading comment
Exactly it! Thanks!

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agree  Hanna Burdon
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2 hrs
Kontrolujący


Explanation:
Ivona. It depends on what the context of the sentence is. If we're talking about the verb form, i.e., a person CONTROLLING the show, it will be KONTROLUJĄCY. If we're talking about a person who for example checks tickets on the bus or information, it's KONTROLER. Finally, if we're taklking about controlling in the economic/financial sense, it's CONTROLLING.


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George Fabian
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