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I want to translate the phrase

Finder will be rewarded.

to German. Somehow there is no dictionary on the net which contained the phrase. I am looking for a metaphorical equivalent.

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    It's better to pick the most important words (finder, reward) and you'll find the answer by using Google and/or dictionaries: Pons, dict.cc – Em1 Sep 29 '14 at 16:03
  • Would "a finder's reward" be possible in English? – user6191 Oct 1 '14 at 8:18
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You could just remark Finderlohn!

If you know, what you want to pay, you could combine it with the sum you want to pay.

Examples:

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  • Such a sweet lil' donkey ^^. The "zu vergeben" from the last poster sounds unusual. – user6191 Oct 1 '14 at 8:19
  • @Grantwalzer Thats kind of a eye-catcher. It is unusual, so you look for it. They have lost nothing, the look for a new flat. Normally you would offer a Provision - but that sounds too business-like. – knut Oct 1 '14 at 8:25
  • @knut, what you probably mean is commission, oh I see what you are doing, you refer to the german word Provision – stryba Oct 1 '14 at 11:41
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In German you use a noun for this: Finderlohn.

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Im ganzen Satz:

Dem Finder winkt eine Belohnung.

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Some languages have words where other languages need whole sentences for.

In Germany we say "Finderlohn" which means "Reward for the finder".

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