árelőny, Italian: con uno sconto notevole

13:24 Aug 4, 2000
Hungarian to Italian translations [Non-PRO]
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Hungarian term or phrase: árelőny, Italian: con uno sconto notevole
My clinet changed the word "árkedvezmény" to "árelőny" in the Hungarian text, and would like the Italian translation to be the same. For your convenience, the English difference between "discount" and "benefit?" should be something like the same. (the main thing is, the client wants to stress the benefit, and not how much it was before the discount)
can you help with the Italian Please?

HUN
[CAR] gépkocsiját külföldi behozatal esetén
* vámmentesen
* jelentős, akár 12%-os árelőnnyel
vásárolhatja meg!

IT
. Puó acquistare la Sua nuova macchina [CAR] in caso di importazione dall'estero:
* esente da dazio
* con uno sconto notevole, anche 12% !

ENG
. If we bring your new [CAR]from abroad you can purchase it:
* duty free, and
* you can benefit significantly, even 12%!
THIS USED TO BE "with a significant, even 12% discount!" WHICH NEEDS TO BE CHANGED.

Thanks a lot,
Nóra Tolnai
Mediacom Translations
mediacom@mail.datanet.hu
Nora Tolnai


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3vantaggio di costo
savaria (X)


  

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árelőny
vantaggio di costo


Explanation:
Cosí si dice.
Almeno secondo me.


    Reference: http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vantaggio_di_costo
savaria (X)
Hungary
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