begründet

Romanian translation: fondat, justificat, stabilit,

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German term or phrase:begründet
Romanian translation:fondat, justificat, stabilit,
Entered by: Veronica Svanström

12:16 Mar 17, 2009
German to Romanian translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general) / credit bancar
German term or phrase: begründet
Context: "Wenn keine Verpflichtung für die Bank begründet wird, ist dieses Schreiben mit nur einer Unterschrift gültig."
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fondat, justificat, stabilit,
Explanation:
begründet = fondat, justificat
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5 +2fondat, justificat, stabilit,
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fondat, justificat, stabilit,


Explanation:
begründet = fondat, justificat


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Veronica Svanström
Romania
Local time: 01:48
Native speaker of: Native in SwedishSwedish, Native in RomanianRomanian
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agree  cornelia mincu: astept mielu...!
26 mins
  -> Multumesc, Camelia! Si eu, mai ales aici, in Suedia ;)!

agree  Ovidiu Martin Jurj
1 hr
  -> Multumesc, Ovidiu!
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