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    Falscher Eintrag in LEO?

    sports outfitters - Sportgeschäft

    Falscher Eintrag

    sports outfitters - Sportgeschäft

    Korrektur

    sports shop

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    Sportgeschäft


    Kommentar
    "sports outfitters" ist kein Geschäftslokal, sondern eine Branchenbezeichnung.
    VerfasserViktor08 Dez. 10, 09:47
    Vorschläge

    sports outfitter(s)

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    1. Sportbekleidungsgeschäft, Sportshop;



    Kontext/ Beispiele
    outfitter [ˈaʊtˌfɪtə]
    n Chiefly Brit
    1. a shop that sells men's clothes
    2. a person who provides outfits

    Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003


    1. Geschäft, das Herrenkleidung verkauft = "Herrenausstatter"
    2. eine Person, die Kleidung/Ausstattungsgegenstände liefert,
    verkauft

    Kommentar
    shop for sports gear = Sportgeschäft = "Sportausstatter"
    #1Verfasserw08 Dez. 10, 11:22
    Kontext/ Beispiele
    Buoyed by the Don's words, Alley went off to the nearest sports outfitters and bought himself a dozen cream shirts.
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/2004/nov/29/gu...

    In 1905 Broughton opened a sports outfitters at 76 Market Street Wigan and was remembered by those who knew or worked for him as a small man, always smartly dressed and extremely courteous. He lived above the shop...
    http://www.yeoldetreeandcrown.co.uk/modules/n...

    Elliott ran a sports outfitters at Derby where he died at the age of 85.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_Elliott

    After his football career ended he established a sports outfitters and was involved in a office equipment venture.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ted_Ditchburn

    Buchan not content with his sporting wages opened a sports outfitters in the City,
    http://www.a-love-supreme.com/50nutters/10-1.htm

    He was the son of Martin Redmayne, who ran a sports outfitters in the city before the Second World War
    http://boards.ancestry.co.uk/topics.obits2/36...

    In September 1895, the original FA Cup trophy - a small, silver cup known as "the little tin idol" - was stolen from the window of a sports outfitters in Birmingham, where it was on display
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/3353379...

    He opened a sports outfitters in Cape Town and died there in 1949 during his 91st year.
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/sports_talk/s...

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    Kommentar
    Da sports shop bisher in LEO fehlt Siehe auch: Sportgeschäft würde ich einen zusätzlichen Eintrag unterstützen (sofern Viktor o.a. noch Belege nachliefern), aber es wäre falsch, "sports outfitters" aus dem Wörterbuch zu entfernen: Das Wort meint sehr wohl "Ladenlokale" alias Sportgeschäfte! Korrektur nicht unterstützt.

    @Viktor: Wie würdest Du "sports outfitters" in obigen Beispielen übersetzen?
    #2Verfasserlunatic08 Dez. 10, 13:03
     
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