The Russian-Italian Index to the Italian-Russian Automobile Dictionary
Auto (Ru-It) 1049→1040
The Russian-Italian Index to the Italian-Russian Automobile Dictionary. The Dictionary contains about 16,000 terms related to automobiles and other vehicles, as well as the characteristics of different makes of car, their units, and assemblages. The Dictionary covers design, laboratory and road tests, materials, technological processes, new devices aimed to make driving easier, service and maintenance, active and passive car safety, ecology, transportation and routing, and car insurance (which is mandatory in Italy). The Dictionary is intended for specialists who read texts in the original, translators, and students.
The Russian-Italian Dictionary of Economics
Economics (Ru-It) 1049→1040
The Dictionary contains about 30,000 terms refecting the language of present-day economics, exchage trade and insurance. Detailed treatment is given to terms relating to accounting, contacts, law, etc.
The Dictionary has been compiled to meet the needs of specialists, researchers, translators, businessmen and university students.
The Russian-Italian Index to the Italian-Russian Law Dictionary
Law (Ru-It) 1049→1040
The dictionary contains 20,000 entries of terms and expressions encompassing different areas of law: government, administrative, civil, commercial, criminal, international public, international private, patent and licensing, copyright law, as well as terminology of judiciary, civil and criminal proceedings.
The dictionary also contains terms most widely used in commerce, foreign exchange and monetary relations, banking and insurance, as well as terms relating to the history of Roman law.
Its lists abbreviations and Latin words and expressions that are frequently used in law books.
The dictionary is meant for lawyers, business people, researchers, teachers, law school students, and translators.
The Russian-Italian Index to the Italian-Russian Medical Dictionary
Medical (Ru-It) 1049→1040
The Dictionary contains about 30,000 terms related to all areas of modern medicine, including theoretical and practical medicine, immunology, genetics, radiology, and biochemistry. The Dictionary is supplied with an index of Russian and Latin terms which can be used when translating texts from Russian into Italian.
The Dictionary is intended for medical students, interns, teachers of medical schools, doctors, scholars, and translators.
The Russian-Italian Polytechnical Dictionary
Polytechnical (Ru-It) 1049→1040
This Russian-Italian Polytechnical Dictionary contains about 110,000 terms related to major branches of science and technology and is the most comprehensive Russian-Italian dictionaries ever to be published.
The compilers of the Dictionary tried to include terms related to new and fast-growing branches of science and technology, including automation, computers, electronic engineering, quantum electronics, nuclear physics, space exploration, high polymers, machinery components, metalworking, construction materials, and the terminology of the related theoretical sciences, such as mathematics, mechanics, physics, chemistry, mechanics of materials, hydraulics, thermodynamics, mechanical engineering.
The dictionary also includes main terms related to the economics and management of production, electric engineering, metrology, information sciences, metal manufacture, chemical engineering, architecture, construction, hydraulic engineering, transportation, telecommunications, geology, mineralogy, crystallography, mining, agriculture, forest management, woodworking, pulp and paper industry, printing, photography, food industry, production of rubber, leather, paint and varnish industry, watchmaking.
Universal (Ru-It) 1049→1040
The Dictionary contains 220,000 words and phrases of contemporary Russian and their Italian equivalents. The compiler aimed to include as many word senses, collocations and set expressions as the space allowed. Wide coverage is given to scientific, technical, business, and socio-political terms.
The dictionary is intended for translators, teachers, and students of Italian at university level.