Meaning of ENGINEER in English

ENGINEER

I.

noun

1 designs/builds engines, roads, etc.

ADJECTIVE

▪ chief

▪ chartered ( BrE ), qualified , skilled , trained

You need the advice of a qualified ~.

▪ consultant , consulting

▪ aeronautical , aerospace , aircraft , flight

▪ automotive ( esp. AmE )

▪ electrical , electronics

▪ computer , software

▪ recording , sound

▪ manufacturing ( esp. AmE )

▪ civil , highway , mining , railway ( BrE ), structural

▪ city

▪ design , production

▪ project

▪ agricultural , chemical , marine , mechanical

ENGINEER + VERB

▪ build sth , design sth , develop sth

~s who designed and built advanced military aircraft

2 repairs machines/equipment

ADJECTIVE

▪ qualified , skilled , trained

▪ maintenance ( esp. BrE ), service , support

We were on the phone with a technical support ~.

▪ heating , lighting , telephone (all BrE )

VERB + ENGINEER

▪ call in , call out (both BrE )

II.

verb

1 manage to arrange sth

ADVERB

▪ brilliantly , carefully , deliberately

She carefully ~ed a meeting with the chairman.

VERB + ENGINEER

▪ seek to , try to

2 design and build sth

ADVERB

▪ carefully , finely , precisely

▪ superbly , well

The car is superbly ~ed and a pleasure to drive.

▪ specially , specifically ( esp. AmE )

This heavier-weight paper is specifically ~ed for inkjet printing.

▪ socially

▪ genetically

genetically ~ed plants

Engineer is used with these nouns as the object: ↑ coup

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