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to engineer sth.

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engineer - IngenieurLast post 02 Apr 15, 02:01
Unter Engineer habe ich auf u. a. folgende Definition gefunden: In Britain…11 Replies
communication engineer - NachrichtentechnikerLast post 09 May 12, 08:41
meanwhile both options can be googles - UK sites usually list communications (plural form) P…1 Replies
CAD engineer - der BerechnungsingenieurLast post 07 Dec 10, 19:18
CAD = computer-aided design CAE = computer-aided engineering entsprechend CAD engineer = K…1 Replies
software engineer - ProgrammiererLast post 02 Apr 07, 19:32
Ist nicht unbedingt ein Fehler. Aber ein "software engineer" ist sehr viel mehr als "nur" ei…4 Replies
Service Engineer - ObermonteurLast post 26 Sep 06, 14:31
Sind das nicht 2 verschiedene Dinge?1 Replies
engineer / conductorLast post 07 Jun 02, 17:29
Just wondered with an about the American English usage of "engineer" and "conductor" in rega…2 Replies
Flugingenieur - flight engineerLast post 19 Apr 11, 20:44 Replies
lead engineer - leitender ingenieurLast post 24 Jun 08, 14:43
24/8/08 - 871,000 google hits for "lead engineer", around 13,000 for "leitender ingenieur" B…3 Replies
industrial engineer - WirtschaftsingenieurLast post 12 Sep 09, 13:13
the specificity of the Wirtschaftsingenieur are the economic aspects of his degree more than…9 Replies
foreman - IngenieurLast post 16 Feb 10, 11:16
Dieser Eintrag in LEO ist aus meinemm Erfahrungsbereich heraus falsch. Ein Ingenieur kann zw…9 Replies

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