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engineering

Pronunciation: /ˌendʒəˈnɪrɪŋ; ˌendʒɪˈnɪərɪŋ/

Translation of engineering in Spanish:

noun/nombre

uncountable/no numerable
  • 1.1 (subject) ingeniería (feminine); (before noun/delante del nombre) [research/industry/works] de ingeniería
    Example sentences
    • These examples illustrate the potential of just two small areas of research in the rapidly developing field of small-scale engineering.
    • This would also be the company's global customer support centre for software engineering and development.
    • He designed the company network and acts as a mentor for software development and manufacturing engineering.
    1.2 (design and construction) ingeniería (feminine) an impressive piece of engineering una magnífica obra de ingeniería
    Example sentences
    • The live interaction with the crew can help students envision career possibilities resulting from studying science, technology, engineering and math.
    • That is a challenge, but like I said, the reasons for studying physics or any branch of science or engineering are somewhat deeper than just the immediate starting salaries of your first job.
    • The key thrust will be to stimulate learner interest to follow careers in science, engineering and technology.

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