Re: technical dictionary
Hello! My name's Maria Ines Quiroga, I'm from Mendoza, Argentina (have you ever heard of it?) and I'm an English teacher and an En/Sp translator.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
I work in an electromechanical company, so reading you helps me a lot...
I was wondering if you could help me. I would like to buy a good En>Sp - Es>In dictionary ... I already have one for Engineers, but I would like to update it because it's quite old...
any suggestions? Thanks a lot...
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