Definition of 'engineering'
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Engineering works mean fans will also have to take a bus part of the way. The Sun (2006)Engineering work will mean fewer trains and longer journey times than usual. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Engineering work on power supplies was performed and rolling stock acquired in the expectation that the trials would prove a success. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Engineering works are planned on key railway routes, forcing passengers on to replacement coaches. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Engineering work will see sections of lines shut, with buses replacing trains on some routes. The Sun (2015)Engineering design and methods improvement. A Conceptual View of Human Resource Management: Strategic Objectives, Environments, Functions
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Translations for 'engineering'
British English: engineering /ˌɛndʒɪˈnɪərɪŋ/ NOUN
Engineering is the work of designing and constructing machines or structures such as roads and bridges.
- American English: engineering
- Arabic: هَنْدَسَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: engenharia
- Chinese: 工程学
- Croatian: inženjering
- Czech: strojírenství
- Danish: ingeniørarbejde
- Dutch: techniek
- European Spanish: ingeniería
- Finnish: konetekniikka
- French: ingénierie
- German: Ingenieurwesen
- Greek: μηχανολογία
- Italian: ingegneria
- Japanese: 工学
- Korean: 공학
- Norwegian: ingeniørarbeid
- Polish: inżynieria
- European Portuguese: engenharia
- Romanian: inginerie
- Russian: инженерное дело
- Spanish: ingeniería
- Swedish: maskinteknik
- Thai: วิศวกรรมศาสตร์
- Turkish: mühendislik
- Ukrainian: машинобудування
- Vietnamese: nghề cơ khí
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