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Meaning of “engineering” - Learner’s Dictionary

engineering

noun [U]     /ˌendʒɪˈnɪərɪŋ/
B1 the work of an engineer, or the study of this work: She studied engineering at the University of Michigan. mechanical engineering →  See also civil engineering , genetic engineering Mechanical engineering
Translations of “engineering”
in Korean 기술…
in Arabic هَنْدَسة…
in Portuguese engenharia…
in Catalan enginyeria…
in Japanese 工学…
in Italian ingegneria…
in Chinese (Traditional) 工程設計, 工程學…
in Russian инженерное дело, машиностроение…
in Turkish mühendislik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 工程设计, 工程学…
in Polish inżynieria…
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