Neubelastung

English translation: additional strain

04:34 Aug 8, 2001
German to English translations [Non-PRO]
Bus/Financial
German term or phrase: Neubelastung
Neubelastung des Bundeshaushalts
caitriona
English translation:additional strain
Explanation:
"An additional strain on the Federal budget" is more in the vernacular, though "burden" would not be wrong.
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nafederal budget increase
Klaus Dorn (X)
naadditional strain
gangels
nanew burden
Mats Wiman
nanew burden
Mats Wiman


  

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13 mins
new burden


Explanation:
a new burden on the federal budget


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Mats Wiman
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Local time: 19:42
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14 mins
new burden


Explanation:
a new burden on the federal budget
or
an additional burden...
or
an additional load ....


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Mats Wiman
Sweden
Local time: 19:42
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59 mins
additional strain


Explanation:
"An additional strain on the Federal budget" is more in the vernacular, though "burden" would not be wrong.

gangels
Local time: 11:42
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1 hr
federal budget increase


Explanation:
if there is a "Neubelastung" of the budget, then this is an increase (the overall budget has increased), hence "federal budget increase" or "increase in the federal budget". Both expressions can be used in a context like "There has been a significant increase in the federal budget this year" or "This year has seen the federal budget increase by 10%".

Klaus Dorn (X)
Local time: 21:42
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