Dictionaries

The German-Russian Dictionary of Art
Art (De-Ru) 1031→1049

The Dictionary contains about 9,000 terms related to painting, graphic arts, architecture, sculpture, applied arts, restoration, etc.
Additionally, the Dictionary covers the following subjects: “Art Styles and Epochs”, “Museums and Galleries”, “Foreign Names of Painters” and some others.
The Dictionary is intended for art critics, art school students, curators, journalists, guides, and for all those who read about art.

The German-Russian Index to the Russian-German Automobile Dictionary
Auto (De-Ru) 1031→1049

The German-Russian Index to the Russian-German Automobile Dictionary. 13,000 entries.
The Dictionary contains about 13,000 terms related to the theory, construction, and testing of automobiles, tractors, and motorcycles, as well as their service and maintenance.
The Dictionary is intended for specialists in automobiles and tractors, students, technical translators, and motor-car enthusiasts.

The German-Russian Automobile and Automotive Service Dictionary
AutoService (De-Ru) 1031→1049

The Dictionary contains about 31,000 terms related to automobiles, operation and maintenance of automotive vehicles, tractors and other trackless vehicles, as well as traffic management and car service.

The German-Russian Dictionary of Chemistry and Chemical Technology
Chemistry (De-Ru) 1031→1049

The Dictionary contains about 56,000 terms related to organic, inorganic, physical, analytical chemistry, petrochemistry, chemical processes, and process vessels.

The German-Russian Dictionary of Communications
Communication (De-Ru) 1031→1049

The dictionary contains various trite expressions, including standard phrases embodying speech etiquette as well as descriptions and images of mimics and gestures specific to nations.
Trite expressions are stylistically labeled, translated into Russian and provided together with the description of their usage prerequisites. Practical usage of the vocabulary entries in speech is illustrated using examples of dialogs and their translations.
The dictionary is intended for philology students as well as a wide audience interested in the German language.

The German-Russian Dictionary of Economics
Economics (De-Ru) 1031→1049

This German-Russian Dictionary of Economics contains around 50,000 terms related to various branches of economics, including finance, banking, bourses, industries, marketing, commerce, logistics, sociology, statistics, and labour law. The Dictionary is intended for economists, scholars, translators, teachers, university students, and all those who read German texts on economics.

German Russian Forum Dictionary
ForumDictionary (De-Ru) 1031→1049

The German-Russian People's Dictionary was compiled by the ABBYY lexicographic team as a complement to the German-Russian Common Vocabulary Dictionary – LingvoUniversal (De-Ru).
The main source of new entries was the ""Добавим в Lingvo!"" (""Let's add this to Lingvo"") forum (http://forum.lingvo.ru). All new words and phrases proposed by participants of the forum and visitors to the site are analyzed by Lingvo lexicographers, who validate the relevance and frequency. Authoritative lexicographical sources and online resources are used for the purposes of validation. Entries that are based upon forum discussions contain references to the relevant discussions. Most entries ​​have original illustrative examples.
The dictionary is updated regularly.

The German-Russian Dictionary of Contemporary Idioms
Idioms (De-Ru) 1031→1049

The Dictionary contains about 1,400 idioms that are widely used in current German. Each idiom is provided with a definition in German, a Russian translation, and usage examples. The Dictionary takes into account the new spelling norm and is intended for learners of German.

The German-Russian Law Dictionary
Law (De-Ru) 1031→1049

The Dictionary contains about 46,000 terms related to various areas of law: state law, civil law, criminal law, criminology, forensic science, commercial law, labour law, administrative law, social security, international private and public law. The Dictionary has been compiled by analyzing criminal codes and legal documents published in German-speaking countries.

The Russian-German and German-Russian Medical Dictionary
Medical (De-Ru) 1031→1049

The Dictionary contains about 70,000 terms which cover all the fields of modern medicine, including its theoretical and applied aspects, immunology, genetics, radiology, biochemistry, etc.
The Dictionary has been compiled to meet the needs of researchers, practising physicians, university professors and students, as well as translators of medical literature.

German-Russian Dictionary of Milk and Dairy Products Technology
Milk (De-Ru) 1031→1049

This dictionary contains more than 10,000 terminology phrases. It includes biochemical, microbiological, and economics-related terms that are required for work with industry-related literature and technical and economic documentation. The dictionary contains the names of cheeses from 45 cheese-producing countries with explanations specifying the meanings of words and terminological and stylistic labels.
This dictionary is intended for dairy technology and industrial agriculture specialists, employees of standards agencies, sanitary inspections, the wholesale and retail trade, as well as for translators, teachers, students, and the wider audience interested in food technologies.

The German-Russian Polytechnical Dictionary
Polytechnical (De-Ru) 1031→1049

This is an impression of the 1973 edition. The Dictionary offers good coverage of all major areas of science and technology and is intended for scholars, engineers, technicians, teachers, students, and technical translators

The comprehensive German-Russian dictionary
Universal (De-Ru) 1031→1049

The Dictionary contains 180,000 words and expressions, 260,000 meanings, 200,000 illustrative examples, and 550,000 translations. This is the most comprehensive dictionary of its kind published in the second half of the 20th century. The Dictionary includes the most common terms related to economics, space exploration, computer science, the media, construction, culture, as well as the general word stock. Neologisms are provided with comments and illustrative examples wherever required.
The Dictionary contains a list of German and international organizations and a list of abbreviations.
The Dictionary is intended for philologists, linguists, translators, teachers, university students, and all those who read German texts in the original. German students of Russian will also find it useful.