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English translation: disciplinary transfer

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Polish term or phrase:karne przeniesienie
English translation:disciplinary transfer
Entered by: Romuald Pawlikowski
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05:59 Jan 31, 2002
Polish to English translations [PRO]
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Polish term or phrase: \
chodzi o karne przeniesienie w wojsku, kontekst "...po otrzymaniu karnego przydziału na Front Wschodni..."
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disciplinary transfer
Explanation:
...Used to effect a disciplinary transfer or demotion...

RP
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Romuald Pawlikowski
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5disciplinary transfer
Romuald Pawlikowski
4sometimes -//- means "ditto" (i.e. as in the line above) OR:
Lota


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sometimes -//- means "ditto" (i.e. as in the line above) OR:


Explanation:
I have seen the same meaning i.e. ditto
shown as:


-/-
-/-

or:


//
//

or:

-//-
-//-
But to be sure, please clarify what your question is.

Lota
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1 hr   confidence: Answerer confidence 5/5
disciplinary transfer


Explanation:
...Used to effect a disciplinary transfer or demotion...

RP


    Reference: http://www.osp.state.nc.us/manuals/manual99/recruit.pdf
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