rayon LS

English translation: self-service department

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French term or phrase:rayon LS (libre service)
English translation:self-service department
Entered by: Susan Gastaldi

03:15 Jul 30, 2007
French to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Business/Commerce (general) / report on the marketing of ham
French term or phrase: rayon LS
" Pour sa part, XXX s'installe au rayon LS en déclinant en prétranché son ABC, spécialité de viande séchée..."

rayon LS is obviously a supermarket department. Does anyone know how to translate this? Thanks
Susan Gastaldi
Local time: 21:47
self-service department
Explanation:
LS = Service Libre
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A Boukheit
Algeria
Local time: 20:47
Grading comment
Thanks very much - I should have guessed that one!
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4 +5self-service department
A Boukheit


  

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self-service department


Explanation:
LS = Service Libre

A Boukheit
Algeria
Local time: 20:47
Works in field
Native speaker of: French
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Thanks very much - I should have guessed that one!

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Sarah Llewellyn: Or self-service section. "Chef Boucher H/F pour un hypermarché équipé d'un rayon libre-service et traditionnel" (http://www.optioncarriere.com/emploi/a/agro_carrieres.html)
12 mins

agree  Tony M: Yes, in the UK at least, it would definitely be more usually 'section'; we often say 'in the freezer section', for example...
3 hrs

agree  writeaway: in US too, it's a section of a supermarket, not a department. so agree with self-service but not with department
4 hrs

agree  veratek: with section as well
5 hrs

agree  Nina Iordache
291 days
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