Author: Richard Ernst
Publisher: Oscar Brandstetter Verlag
Keywords: 398,000 entries
The Ernst: Dictionary of Engineering and Technology (English-French/French-English) is the industry standard, and is the comprehensive reference for technical translators. The new 2006 edition of the English-French volume has been completely revised and expanded by Prof. Martin Ernst. More than 17,000 new entries from all fields of technology have increased the number of entries to over 213,000. The Ernst provides a specialist selection of terms from science (such as mathematics, physics and chemistry) as its base and includes all important branches of industry, their raw materials, developments and products (mining, metallurgy, mechanical engineering, energy technology, electrical engineering, electronics, data and communications technology, construction, traffic systems and the textile, glass, plastics, wood, paper and printing industries, among others).
During the lexicographical editing process, particular attention was paid to describing the terms and their translations as clearly as possible with the use of subject area indicators, alternative designations and short explanatory texts.
Follows the print editions English-French, 2nd edition 2005 and French-English, 2nd edition 2000