Need gold-standard Automotive dictionary Fr>En
Thread poster: Jennifer Gal

Jennifer Gal  Identity Verified
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May 23, 2006

What do you automotive Prozians consider the gold standard automotive Fr>En (or Fr>En/En>Fr) dictionary? I think I'd like to buy a physical dictionary, albeit expensive. Or, an on-line subscription if it truly is the closest thing to a one-stop shop. I can usually find what I need, but I have to cycle through five or six on-line glossaries, which is tiring. I'd rather have one excellent one, and use those others as backup.

I saw references to several different dics. when I searched the articles and forums, but couldn't distill a "top of the line" from it all. Thanks very much! Jennifer Gal

[Edited at 2006-05-23 17:31]

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Daniel Ollivier
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Fr>En and En>Fr automotive dictionary May 23, 2006

I would suggest "Le Grand Dictionnaire Terminologique" at the following address:

It's a good technical dictionary and it's free.

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