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adhérent vs. membre d'une association


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07:44 Jul 3, 2008
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French to German translations [PRO]
Social Sciences - Marketing / Market Research
French term or phrase: adhérent vs. membre d'une association
aus einem Fragebogen:
Les ***adhérents*** des associations cotisent pour devenir ***membre*** d’une association, pour soutenir leur projet ou pour avoir accès aux activités .
Selon vous, les cotisations des adhérents aux associations sont-elles.... (trop important, pas assez important, etc.)
Gabriele Beckmann
Local time: 13:58

Summary of answers provided
4das Mitglied

Discussion entries: 13



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das Mitglied

Ich glaube das ist was du suchst.Bin ich richtig?

Note added at 8 perc (2008-07-03 07:53:06 GMT)

here it is compared with English:
http://www.clip2go.com/deutsch-englisch/wd_das Mitglied_1608...

Local time: 13:58
Native speaker of: Native in HungarianHungarian
Notes to answerer
Asker: Mich interessiert, ob es einen Unterschied zwischen den beiden Wörtern gibt. Vielleicht sagt man ja je nach Art des Vereins mal "adhérent" und mal "membre"??? Oder ???

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
neutral  Schtroumpf: Hallo Gabor, ich glaube es geht um den Unterschied, nicht darum, zu übersetzen - das kann Gabriele schon ganz gut allein ;-) So, ich hab fertig :o))
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