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Nachlass

  
Nach•lass      m   , -es, -e or -lässe  
a    (=Preisnachlass)   discount, reduction (auf    +acc   on)
b    (=Erbschaft)   estate  
den Nachlass eröffnen      to read the will  
den Nachlass verwalten      to administer the estate  
literarischer Nachlass      literary estate  
Gedichte aus dem Nachlass      unpublished poems  
aus dem Nachlass des Dichters      from the poet's estate  
Translation German - English Collins Dictionary  
literarischer Nachlass exp.
literary estate

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Collaborative Dictionary     German-English
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to read the will
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to administer the estate
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from the poet's estate
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unpublished poems
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"Nachlass": examples and translations in context
Dort erfahren wir, wie der Nachlass verteilt wird. We'll be told how the estate should be divided.
Sie gehört zu Douglas Jarméus' Nachlass, den Sie verwalten. It belongs to the Douglas Jarméus estate, managed by you.
Ad-hoc-Beihilfe zum Grundstückskauf (Nachlass auf den Verkaufspreis), ad hoc aid for purchasing the land (discount on the selling price),
Außerdem kriegen wir 20% Nachlass in seinem Comicladen. Besides, he gives us a 20% discount at his comic book store.
Und ich will mehr als einen Nachlass. And I want more than a rebate.
100 % Nachlass auf die geltenden Abgabesätze 100 % rebate on the applicable levy rates
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