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provision / providing

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Kann man providing / provision eigentlich immer als Synonyme verwenden z.B. im Sinne von Bereitstellung oder zur Verfügung stellen?
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AuthorBrittany_13 (729754) 18 Feb 11, 08:10
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The answer is almost certainly "no", but without a context it is impossible to say.
#1Authorescoville (237761) 18 Feb 11, 08:46
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Es geht im wesentlichen um den Nutzen in Leistungsbeschreibungen wie z.B.:

Der Auftraggeber stellt die Materialen bereit.
.... stellt das Schiff/Mannschaft zur Verfügung, etc.

#2AuthorBrittany_13 (729754) 18 Feb 11, 09:36
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Okay, so why do you want a noun at all?
#3Authorescoville (237761) 18 Feb 11, 10:20
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Da in Aufzählungen von Aufgaben häufig vorkommt:

Bereitstellung von xyz
Bereitstellung von abc
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#4AuthorBrittany_13 (729754) 18 Feb 11, 10:22
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Then probably "provision (of)"

Depending on how you formulate it, I can also imagine "providing" (no "of"), but the two are not simply interchangeable.

#5Authorescoville (237761) 18 Feb 11, 10:34
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Danke!
#6AuthorBrittany_13 (729754) 18 Feb 11, 10:44
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