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reverse engineering

Translation of reverse engineering in Spanish:

noun

  • uncountable
    ingeniería (feminine) invertida
    Example sentences
    • We're talking about reverse engineering of manufactured products that we see pirated in China.
    • Well, the bayonet fitting and interface to Canon EOS cameras is proprietary and unpublished, so after-market lens manufacturers like Sigma rely on reverse engineering to make their products work.
    • If you are interested in reverse engineering, these vendors offer additional options.

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