mögliche, aber nicht lukrierte Skonti

16:33 Nov 13, 2008
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German term or phrase: mögliche, aber nicht lukrierte Skonti
This is an item in a list headed: "Nicht foerderbar sind"
I looked up the previous discussion. From my Googling, I saw that all the hits for lukriert were Austrian. From the context, the previous explanations (relating to benefitting) were not appropriate. Then I found this gem:
Österreichisch : lukrieren
Deutsch : etwas erwerben/bekommen
So I translated the term as: Discounts which might have been given but were not received
Do people agree?
Ruth Morris
Local time: 20:03

Summary of answers provided
4Unused discounts
Bruce Stafford

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Unused discounts

"Unused" also implies that the discounts existed in the first place.

Example sentence(s):
  • Discounts have no cash value and there is no refund for unused discounts.
  • Unused discounts expire six months after the date on which they were granted.
Bruce Stafford
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