Les Intraduisibles: Dutch-English


Public (but there is also "publiek" which means "public", but is used partly in different contexts, thus a "public debate" can be both an "openbaar debat" and a "publiek debat". The first may imply that evrybody can participate in the debate, the latter that everyone can listen to it. But this is by no means fixed ). "Openbaar maken": to make public, to announce, to publish, to expose.

Rutgers Mark 3/7/2002