civil engineer


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civil engineer

n.
An engineer trained in the design and construction of public works, such as bridges or dams, and other large facilities.

civil engineering n.

civil engineer

n
(Professions) a person qualified to design, construct, and maintain public works, such as roads, bridges, harbours, etc
civil engineering n
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.civil engineer - an engineer trained to design and construct and maintain public works (roads or bridges or harbors etc.)civil engineer - an engineer trained to design and construct and maintain public works (roads or bridges or harbors etc.)
applied scientist, engineer, technologist - a person who uses scientific knowledge to solve practical problems
highway engineer - a civil engineer who specializes in the design and construction of roads and highways
Translations

civil engineer

ningegnere m civile

civil

(ˈsivl) adjective
1. polite, courteous.
2. of the state or community. civil rights.
3. ordinary; not military or religious. civil life.
4. concerned with law cases which are not criminal.
civilian (siˈviljən) noun
a person who has a civil job, not in the armed forces.
civility (siˈviləti) noun
politeness. Treat strangers with civility.
ˈcivilly adverb
politely.
ˌcivil deˈfence noun
(American civil defense) the organization responsible for protection of civilians from enemy bombing etc and for rescue operations after such attacks.
ˌcivil disoˈbedience noun
a refusal by a large number of people to pay taxes or obey certain laws in a nonviolent way in order to protest against the government, its policies etc.
civil engineerengineercivil liberties/rights
the rights of a citizen according to the law of the country.
civil servant
a member of the civil service.
civil service
the organization which runs the administration of a state.
civil war
(a) war between citizens of the same state. the American Civil War.
References in classic literature ?
A little farther along he came to a bridge across an imaginary stream, where a Civil Engineer (who had built the bridge) demanded something for interest on his investment, and it was forthcoming.
A civil engineer in the north of England, who owed certain obligations to Mr.
Francis Clare departed for the north of England, at the age of seventeen, to start in life as a civil engineer.
The grasp included the whole correspondence, with one exception -- that exception being a final report from the civil engineer, which notified the termination of the connection between his pupil and himself, and the immediate return of Frank to his father's house.
Destined for the career of civil engineer and lighthouse builder in which his father and grandfather were distinguished, he proved unfitted for it by lack both of inclination and of health, and the profession of law for which he later prepared himself was no more congenial.
Gill, a civil engineer, who had seen much of the interior country.
Punia, 51, has both bachelor and master's degrees in civil engineering, and is a licensed Professional Civil Engineer.
The work of civil engineers affects everyone, often many times a day.
Heriot-Watt University Dubai Campus student Amrutha Venugopal won second place at the Emerging Engineer Awards from the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) UAE.
People are invited to nominate those civil engineers they believe have made the greatest impact on the North East or who, having been born in the region, have had the most significant effect outside of the area.
John Dielhof, contracts director at the Ruthin-based family firm, was named as a fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) at a ceremony in London.
The best thing about being a civil engineer is seeing my designs come to life.

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