|dienst||service, employment, duty, employ, office|
|bediening||control, ministry, service, serving, function, attendance|
|ambt||office, service, function, appointment, employment, place|
|opslag||service, raise, increment, cuff|
|eredienst||worship, service, cult|
|werk||work, job, employment, labor, business, service|
|inrichting||device, apparatus, arrangement, equipment, organization, service|
|tak van dienst||service, department|
|betrekking||relation, connection, understanding, situation, connexion, service|
|instelling||institution, establishment, adjustment, service|
|verdienste||merit, desert, worth, profit, haul, service|
|godsdienstoefening||sacred service, divine service, service, office, prayer, divine|
work, favor, waiting, use, tune-up, ceremony, amenity, armed forces, serve, servicing, help, serving, table service, overhaul, religious service, military service
Betekenis van het woord service
Voorbeelden van de vertaling (Engels)
- To ensure the quality of service to visitors, tourist guides are required to complete prescribed training and pass an examination.
- This aims to ensure the continuous enhancement of the quality of tourist guide service.
- The best performers are luring customers with online marketing strategies and country-level branding, and offering customer care services beyond online booking.
- It has become quite common to think of timber as a poor facing material with a short service life and high maintenance requirements.
- Environmental technologies comprise, besides the traditional waste disposal and water management services, all the industrial products and processes which benefit a modern sustainable economy.
- It provides practical assistance and advice for sustainably cutting operating costs in offices, public institutions and service companies by the efficient use of electricity.
- The public authorities can therefore make a substantial environmental contribution in their goods and services procurement as well as promoting green product innovation.
- Algorithms that enable the creation of distributed ledgers are powerful, disruptive innovations that could transform the delivery of public and private services and enhance productivity through a wide range of applications.
- Distributed ledger technologies have the potential to help governments to collect taxes, deliver benefits, issue passports, record land registries, assure the supply chain of goods and generally ensure the integrity of government records and services.
- For the consumer of all of these services, the technology offers the potential, according to the circumstances, for individual consumers to control access to personal records and to know who has accessed them.
- The first role for government in supporting the development of distributed ledgers is to develop a clear vision of how this technology can improve the way government does its business and is able to deliver services to citizens.
- The opportunity is for government to enable a future where the delivery of government services is more personal, immediate and efficient.
- They can be applied to a wide range of industries and services, such as financial services, real estate, healthcare and identity management.
- With its wide range of stakeholders, services and roles, the government has a multitude of different operations.
- We recommend the establishment of a cross-government community of interest, bringing together the analytical and policy communities, to generate and develop potential ‘use cases’ and create a body of knowledge and expertise within the civil service.
Voorbeelden van de vertaling (Nederlandse)