steckt viel Ruhe

05:07 Dec 4, 2003
German to English translations [PRO]
Marketing
German term or phrase: steckt viel Ruhe
is there a special terminology to this?
the complete sentence reads as:
Denn sie wissen - In ABC's Weisse steckt viel Ruhe für den gepflegten Genuss

Thanks in advance
Raksha
United States
Local time: 20:40


Summary of answers provided
4perhaps
gangels
4I'm assuming this is about beer:
Nicole Tata
3 +1offers you peace and tranquillity
Susan Starling
4is full of silence/peace
Cavina
3 -1contains plenty of leisure
Norbert Gunther Kramer
2therein lies complete tranquility
jozie


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contains plenty of leisure


Explanation:
ABC's Weisse contains plenty of leisure for cultured enjoyment.

Norbert Gunther Kramer
United States
Local time: 19:40
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disagree  Cavina: ruhe does not mean leisure
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is full of silence/peace


Explanation:
I think this translates it

Cavina
Italy
Local time: 02:40
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offers you peace and tranquillity


Explanation:
... for your leisurely enjoyment (or something to that effect). That's my take on it anyway.

Susan Starling
Spain
Local time: 20:40
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agree  Brandis (X): yes may be pacifying peace and tranquility like in the Tea Advertisement
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therein lies complete tranquility


Explanation:
i've used a bit of expansion for this one.dunno if u might find the register too high.

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Note added at 2003-12-04 11:11:11 (GMT)
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my whole translation for the sentence is: \'hence you know - for the sophisticated enjoyment of ABC\'s Weisse, therein lies complete tranquility\'

jozie
Germany
Local time: 02:40
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I'm assuming this is about beer:


Explanation:
The more time a beer has had to mature/age, the better the taste, in a nutshell. Hence, ‘steckt viel Ruhe’ has a double meaning.

… because proper/real enjoyment cannot be rushed

… a beer that takes its time to be fully enjoyed

hope it helps


Nicole Tata
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perhaps


Explanation:
abc's weisse offers plenty of relaxation for your sophisticated enjoyment

US marketing likes the direct appeal (you/your) instead of the third person approach

gangels
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