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Reihenstand, Eckstand, Kopfstand

English translation: row stand, corner stand, head stand

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03:07 Feb 17, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
German term or phrase: Reihenstand, Eckstand, Kopfstand
It's a text about different kinds of booths at a trade show.
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English translation:row stand, corner stand, head stand
Explanation:
Believe it or not these are not just guesses but the right terms. Probably the German comes straight from the English. Anyway, you can trust this answer because we had to research the designations of stands for customers in the trade show business.
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Roy Fox
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Local time: 03:09
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Summary of answers provided
nainline booth - corner booth - peninsula boothDan McCrosky
naSee also questions 705, 707, 710, and 711
Iain Purvis
naSee also questions 705, 707, 710, and 711
Iain Purvis
narow stand, corner stand, head stand
Roy Fox


  

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row stand, corner stand, head stand


Explanation:
Believe it or not these are not just guesses but the right terms. Probably the German comes straight from the English. Anyway, you can trust this answer because we had to research the designations of stands for customers in the trade show business.

Roy Fox
Austria
Local time: 03:09
PRO pts in pair: 74
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1 hr
See also questions 705, 707, 710, and 711


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Iain Purvis
United Kingdom
Local time: 02:09
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 88
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1 hr
See also questions 705, 707, 710, and 711


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This question appears to have been submitted several times!



Iain Purvis
United Kingdom
Local time: 02:09
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 88
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1 hr
inline booth - corner booth - peninsula booth


Explanation:
http://www.expoweb.com/ResourceCenter/glossary.htm

"Booth" is more American, someone in England might say "stand" because many other Europeans do.

"inline booth" = "Reihenstand" – facing only one aisle

"perimeter booth" = "Reihenstand" on the outside wall

"corner booth" = "Eckstand" – facing two aisles crossing

"peninsula booth" = "Kopfstand" – head of aisle – facing three aisles

"island booth" = German unknown – aisles on four sides




    Reference: http://www.expoweb.com/ResourceCenter/glossary.htm
Dan McCrosky
Local time: 03:09
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