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05:27 Jun 30, 2000
German to English translations [PRO] Bus/Financial - General / Conversation / Greetings / Letters
German term or phrase:gez. Mag.
gez. is given as gezeichnet "marked" in my dictionary but this is part of someone's title so the definition is not particularly helpful. Also Mag. is master, I believe, but in my text is not followed by either arts or sciences and master on its own sounds odd to me.
Explanation: I have a pretty old dictionary of German abbreviations which offers:
gez.: gezaehlt, gezeichnet, gezogen, whereas I want to add that gezeichnet also can mean: signed, subscribed.
Mag.: Magazin, Magister, Magistrale, Magistrat. A good source for deciphering abbreviations would be: http://www.jump.net/~fdietz/glossary.htm
which includes lists for both English lang. and German lang resources.