Related formsnon·en·gi·neer·ing, noun, adjectivepre·en·gi·neer·ing, adjective
Definition for engineering (2 of 2)
verb (used with object)
Origin of engineer
Related formssub·en·gi·neer, nounun·en·gi·neered, adjectivewell-en·gi·neered, adjective
Examples from the Web for engineering
The Great Lakes states, for example, boast the largest concentration of engineering jobs (more than 318,000) of any major region.
Pragnell spent three months in Japan engineering prefabricated warehouses.House of the Witch: The Renegade Craft Brewers of Panama|Jeff Campagna|November 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He is also soliciting funds for university fellowships in agronomy and engineering.
Soon she caught the eye of the assistant manager, an engineering student at the University of Minnesota.
Yet by equating their engineering with Teutonic rigor the Germans have created the impression of an exclusive proprietary quality.
It was one of the engineering wonders of the world, but I fear I did not appreciate it.Sylvia's Marriage|Upton Sinclair
Thus it will be seen that engineering is a distinctive and important profession.Opportunities in Engineering|Charles M. Horton
The building of this great military center almost overnight was an engineering feat of no mean magnitude.
Sir Peter chatted with them for a while, and then buried himself in the "Engineering Review."Old Valentines|Munson Aldrich Havens
He had said that the next year he was to go to the School of Engineering at the University.Fairies and Folk of Ireland|William Henry Frost