Anspruch

Italian translation: l'esigenza / Le esigenze

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German term or phrase:Anspruch (Der)
Italian translation:l'esigenza / Le esigenze
Entered by: Francesca Bruno

07:33 Oct 21, 2017
German to Italian translations [PRO]
Marketing - Internet, e-Commerce /
German term or phrase: Anspruch
Der Anspruch an Design, Qualität und Material verbindet sich mit dem italienischen Stil zu einem individuellen Stück Wertarbeit, das zeitlos ist.
tiziana72
Local time: 23:26
l'esigenza
Explanation:
..si combina con

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Note added at 1 hr (2017-10-21 08:46:45 GMT)
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...con formando un
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Francesca Bruno
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Local time: 23:26
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l'esigenza


Explanation:
..si combina con

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Note added at 1 hr (2017-10-21 08:46:45 GMT)
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...con formando un

Francesca Bruno
Italy
Local time: 23:26
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agree  Rita Sellitti: io lo userei però al plurale. Io avevo pensato anche a "requisiti"
2 mins
  -> Si anche. In questo altro caso il verbo al pl, 'si combinano'. In italiano puo' tranquillamente rimanere (anche implicita) al singolare, se poi seguita da qualita' e materiale e verbo al singolare. Esattamente come in tedesco.

agree  Mario Altare
7 hrs
  -> Grazie

agree  Lara Innsbruck: anch'io lo userei al plurale. anche "si fondono con lo stile italiano formando..."
1 day 10 hrs
  -> Grazie
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