collegio provinciale di X

English translation: provincial college

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Italian term or phrase:collegio provinciale
English translation:provincial college
Entered by: philgoddard

21:48 Nov 25, 2013
Italian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Social Sciences - Certificates, Diplomas, Licenses, CVs / certificato IPASVI
Italian term or phrase: collegio provinciale di X
Si tratta di un certificato emesso dalla IPASVI (Federazione Nazionale Collegi Infermieri professionali, Assistenti sanitari, Vigilatrici d'infanzia). Come si può tradurre in questo caso "collegio provinciale"? Grazie.
solveigsong
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X provincial college
Explanation:
Or provincial college of X. College means a professional body rather than a place of learning, and Italy is divided into provinces.
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philgoddard
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4X provincial college
philgoddard
3X district college
Marina Stubinski


  

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X district college


Explanation:
Just as th UK's Royal College of Nurses

Marina Stubinski
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X provincial college


Explanation:
Or provincial college of X. College means a professional body rather than a place of learning, and Italy is divided into provinces.


    Reference: http://www.ipasvinapoli.org/portal/sheets-reqid-showdetails&...
philgoddard
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neutral  Marina Stubinski: College is right and provincial is indeed more accurate, just has further meaning but all in all your answer is probably better
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