LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||01/MAI/2013 12:05 PM|
|Assunto:||Operating vs Operational|
Eu queria saber se as palavras Operating e Operational têm o mesmo significado. Isto é, nos exemplos abaixo, eu posso usar qualquer um dos dois termos?
Ex.: Processos Operacionais / Manual Operacional / Contas Cíclico-Operacionais, ferrovia operacional (em oposição à "ferrovia interditada"), etc.
Not really, operating have a certain ring of "in use/doing something/involved with the operation.", it have to do with the action itself.
Operating have to do with functional (referente ao modo como algo funciona/princípios de funcionamento.) or that is not "out-of-order", something that´s working.
So "operational process" would be the words to how and which processes are used in an given institution/corporation.
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Operational Manual - manual to say HOW you operate a machine, or WHICH procedures in a certain entrepeneurship (planning/operation/processes/operational details etc).
''A business or operational process is an organized set of activities or tasks that produces a specific service or product. The process of providing a haircut often has three main parts. First hair washing, then the actual cutting, and finally styling with a brush and hair dryer. "
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Operation roadway would be fine, but in this specific case I would have another choice of words. I would say "railways in operation" -as opposed to an out-of-service/not in operation railway if it is for good. Or to a disruption/delay in non definitive way.
Hope it helps.
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