Habil. dr.

English translation: Assistant Professor

Lithuanian term or phrase:Habil. dr.
English translation:Assistant Professor
Entered by: Rasa Didžiulienė

15:48 Apr 5, 2014
Lithuanian to English translations [PRO]
Science - Science (general)
Lithuanian term or phrase: Habil. dr.
Kaip angliškai verstumėte "habilituoto daktaro" sutrumpinimą, kuris lietuviškai rašosi "Habil. dr."?
Jei konkrečiau, mane domina taisyklingas šių žodžių rašymas ir dėliojimas: hab. dr., dr. hab., o gal nieko nekeičiate?
Kaip taisyklingiausiai?
Rasa Didžiulienė
Assistant Professor
Usually. It may depend on the institution and the country.
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4 -1Assistant Professor
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Iš ProZ'o lobynų
diana bb

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19 hrs   confidence: Answerer confidence 4/5Answerer confidence 4/5 peer agreement (net): -1
Assistant Professor

Usually. It may depend on the institution and the country.

United States
Local time: 23:59
Works in field
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in PolishPolish
PRO pts in category: 4

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disagree  diana bb: Unfortunately, it is wrong.
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Reference: Iš ProZ'o lobynų

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diana bb
Native speaker of: Lithuanian
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agree  Karolis Butkevicius
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agree  Gintautas Kaminskas: Except I think the preferred word order is "Dr habil." (Note: no „taškas“ required after "Dr" in British English. For example: Dr habil. Christian Jäkel - Cardiff University www.cardiff.ac.uk
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