Looking for an English - Russian scientific dictionary
Thread poster: Jill B
Jill B
Local time: 09:23
Russian to English
Nov 27, 2005

Can anyone recommend a good online English - Russian Scientific dictionary? I'm currently working on an article on soil microbiology, and though I've found many monolingual glossaries on the subject, I would really like to consult a dictionary to start with.

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Larissa Kirschenmann  Identity Verified
Local time: 10:23
German to Russian
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online dictionary Nov 27, 2005

Multitran (www.multitran.ru) is a good online dictionary not only for scientific fields, but also for many other. The site is in Russian. You can also switch to the Entlish version.
However, sometimes the suggestions are not quite correct or exact. Since the entries to the dictionary are made by users themselves. But I use it very often and you can find very specific terms there.
I think you will like it.


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Marc Kuypers
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Multitran Nov 28, 2005

I also use multitran very often for Russian-English and have found it extremely useful.

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