Авиатермины | Афанасьев (Ru-En)

Афанасьев Г.И. Русско-английский сборник авиационно-технических терминов. Издание 4-е, Авиаиздат, 1995.

Содержит свыше 50 тыс. терминов и терминологических выражений по конструкции, оборудованию, летной эксплуатации, наземному обслуживанию и ремонту самолетов и вертолетов.

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Polytechnical (Ru-En)

The Russian-English Index to the Comprehensive English-Russian Scientific and Technical Dictionary. 125,000 entries.
Русско-английский индекс к «Большому англо-русскому политехническому словарю». 125 тыс. статей.
Большой англо-русский политехнический словарь. © «РУССО», 1997. 200 тыс. слов и словосочетаний.

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Mostitsky | Encyclopedia Electronica (En-Ru)

Мостицкий И. Л. Англо-русский энциклопедический словарь по радиоэлектронике.
Толковый, переводческий, иллюстрированный, мультимедийный. Исправленный и дополненный, 18-е (электронное) издание.

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Green’s Dictionary of Slang (En-En)

Jonathon Green. Green’s Dictionary of Slang

Green’s Dictionary of Slang is the largest historical dictionary of English slang. Written by Jonathon Green over 17 years from 1993, it reached the printed page in 2010 in a three-volume set containing nearly 100,000 entries supported by over 400,000 citations from c. AD 1000 to the present day. The main focus of the dictionary is the coverage of over 500 years of slang from c. 1500 onwards.

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Oxford Advanced Learner’s 9 (En-En)

Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, 9th Edition (OALD9)

An advanced learner’s dictionary is a monolingual learner’s dictionary, that is, a dictionary written for non-native speakers. It differs from a bilingual or translation dictionary, on the one hand, and a standard dictionary written for native speakers or linguistic scholars, on the other.

A learner’s dictionary is intended for non-native speakers who want information about the meaning and usage of words and phrases. Such dictionaries focus on current meanings, omitting outdated uses; etymology, a staple of standard dictionaries, is also usually omitted. All headwords are explained in uncomplicated language, typically using a core defining vocabulary of some 3,000 words, thus making the definitions more digestible to learners. There are many example phrases and sentences, but no quotations. Appendices and interspersed notes serve the targeted readership, providing additional guidance and help, for example with the usage of false friends, i.e. words that are often confused by learners.

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Oxford Collocations Dictionary 2nd Ed. (En-En)

The dictionary that helps students write and speak natural-sounding English, now in a new edition.

Which words usually go together? This dictionary shows you the common word combinations (collocations) that are essential for natural-sounding British and American English.

Completely revised and extended, the new edition has over 250,000 collocations and over 75,000 examples.

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