Could someone recommend a good online French>English abbreviations dictionary?
Thread poster: Ron Stelter

Ron Stelter  Identity Verified
Local time: 17:51
Member (2003)
German to English
Dec 17, 2003

I haven't had much luck in finding a good one. I'm sure there are some good ones around. Any suggestions appreciated.

Thanks.


 

Guy Bray  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 15:51
Member (2002)
French to English
Examples Dec 17, 2003

Here are some of the ones I use:

http://www.ucc.ie/info/net/acronyms/acro.html
http://www.acronymfinder.com/
http://www.euroalliance.com/intranet/sigles.asp?lettre=A
http://www.ac-clermont.fr/Communication/Glossaire/AccueilSigles.htm
http://www.liensutiles.org/dico.htm


 

Uldis Liepkalns  Identity Verified
Latvia
Local time: 01:51
Member (2003)
English to Latvian
+ ...
Some more French Dec 17, 2003

http://pdth.free.fr/Lexique.html

http://www.indexa.fr/cgi-bin/acronymes.pl

http://qqcvd.webiciel.com/


 


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