a row of checkout counters (in a supermarket)

Discussion in 'Deutsch (German)' started by linguos, Jun 26, 2013.

  1. linguos

    linguos Senior Member

  2. Gernot Back

    Gernot Back Senior Member

    Cologne, Germany
    German - Germany
    I don't know whether Kassenreihe might not be mistaken for the customers waiting in line before the cash desks.
    Maybe (breite/lange) Kassen-Batterie / Batterie [an|von] Kassen is less ambiguous in this context, although this, in turn, might be misunderstood as the cash register's device for the supply with electric energy, if there is no context.
  3. Schlabberlatz Senior Member

    German - Germany
    I think "die Kassen" or something like "an den Kassen" / "bei den Kassen" would be enough in most cases. You could also say "Kassenbereich". Or "Reihe von Kassen".
  4. linguos

    linguos Senior Member

    Thank you both for your helpful suggestions, Gernot Back and Schlabberlatz. Vielen Dank für Ihre Hilfe! :)

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