Advice on Buying French to English Engineering Dict
Thread poster: pragmate
pragmate
France
Local time: 16:57
French to English
Dec 1, 2004

I want to invest in a French to English technical dictionary for translation applications in mechanical, electrical engineering and general technical fields. I currently use on line dict, but am wondering whether it is best to buy an old fashioned paper one one a software technical one ?? or maybe best just sticking to on line deach engines etc. ??? Any advice.

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Florence B  Identity Verified
France
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English to French
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See http://www.proz.com/topic/27025 Dec 2, 2004

You may want to refer to that recent thread
http://www.proz.com/topic/27025
in the French forum, dealing with the same topic.
Florence


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pragmate
France
Local time: 16:57
French to English
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Technical French English Dictionary Dec 3, 2004

Thanks Oddie,
I did see that thread prior to posting but it appears to be web site tools that I am already using rather than a dedicated reference tool.
Thanks for the info
Pauline


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