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  1. F9c55f8f42b85f6a3c7b63bdd6c7b044
    Ernst Bunders Dutch Translator with no proofreading rights

    Hi
    I'm pretty unsure about this translation. I tried to find out what 'less expenses' actually means, and my translation amounts to 'After substracting expenses'. It doesn't feel right.

  2. F9c55f8f42b85f6a3c7b63bdd6c7b044
    Ernst Bunders Dutch Translator with no proofreading rights

    Could it be that 'less expenses' should be read as 'expenses to be extracted'? In that case the translation could be 'Af te trekken uitgaven', or 'Te verminderen met uitgaven'

  3. Fbe44f66ebaf6fde7bf976c0319f434f
    Lubos Hasko Slovak Translator with all proofreading rights

    In the context of Manager, "Less" has the same meaning as "Minus" or "Deduct"

  4. F9c55f8f42b85f6a3c7b63bdd6c7b044
    Ernst Bunders Dutch Translator with no proofreading rights

    Ok, I changed, think this is better.
    It is good to see some of those translations in context of the program, that makes it more clear

  5. 27365_pasfoto_hennie
    Hennie Eerhart Dutch Translator with no proofreading rights

    Less in accounting means Minus or Deduct. There is a word in Dutch which covers both and that is "Af".


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