engineering

[ US /ˈɛndʒəˈnɪɹɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /ˌɛnd‍ʒɪnˈi‍əɹɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the discipline dealing with the art or science of applying scientific knowledge to practical problems
    he had trouble deciding which branch of engineering to study
  2. a room (as on a ship) in which the engine is located
  3. the practical application of technical and scientific knowledge to commerce or industry
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How To Use engineering In A Sentence

  • Some archaeologists have been championing the culture of pre-Roman Britain for some time and the Shropshire road may confirm that traders were bringing back continental innovations to add to existing native achievements in art and engineering. Letters: Native culture of pre-Roman Britain
  • She also advised them to avoid characters who worked in town planning, civil engineering or dentistry. Times, Sunday Times
  • The disciplines of science and engineering are not always sharply separated.
  • Prior to joining McKinsey, he obtained a degree in geophysical engineering at the Colorado School of Mines and an M.B.A. at Stanford. Success in American Companies: Lessons for Canadians
  • The first year at university I had a very steady boyfriend who was doing a similar course as me but mechanical engineering.
  • Geoengineering, its proponents would say, is about keeping the planet earthlike, and critics would say, is about making it non-earthlike. The Volokh Conspiracy » Time to Look at Geoengineering?
  • Traditionally young Asians in Britain have gravitated towards medicine, law and engineering.
  • The use of bioreactor in vascular tissue engineering is a newly developed technics in recent years.
  • I would argue that the way engineering students learn to think is especially valuable.
  • To study viral infections, Weitz teamed with postdoctoral fellow Yuriy Mileyko, graduate student Richard Joh and Eberhard Voit, who is a professor in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering, the David D. Flanagan Chair Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar in Biological Systems and director of the new Integrative BioSystems Institute at Georgia Tech. Nearly all previous theoretical studies have claimed that switching between "lysis" and innovations-report
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