engineer


engineer
Synonyms and related words:
Seabee, accomplish, achieve, act, aeronautical engineer, agent, agricultural engineer, ancestors, angle, apprentice, architect, arrange, artificer, artist, author, automotive engineer, be productive, be responsible for, begetter, beginner, brew, bring about, bring into being, bring to fruition, build, builder, cabal, call the signals, captain, carry on, cause, ceramic engineer, chemical engineer, civil engineer, clear, clear the hurdle, collude, combat engineer, come along, come on, command, communications engineer, complot, conceiver, concoct, conduct, conductor, connive, conspire, construct, constructor, contrive, contriver, control, cook up, countermine, counterplot, craftsman, creator, cut the mustard, designer, develop, devise, deviser, direct, discoverer, do, driver, effector, effectuate, electrical engineer, electronics engineer, engenderer, engine driver, engineman, execute, executor, executrix, father, finagle, finesse, founder, frame, frame up, fuel engineer, functionary, generator, geological engineer, gerrymander, get along, get by, get on, go on, govern, gripman, grower, hack it, handle, handler, hatch, hatch a plot, hatch up, head, head up, highway engineer, hogger, hoghead, hydraulic engineer, inaugurator, industrial engineer, industrialist, industrialize, initiator, instigator, institutor, intrigue, introducer, invent, inventor, jockey, journeyman, lay a plot, lead, lead on, machinate, make, make it, make out, make the grade, make the rules, maker, manage, manage somehow, maneuver, manipulate, manipulator, manufacturer, marine engineer, mass-produce, master, master craftsman, mastermind, mechanic, mechanical engineer, metallurgical engineer, metallurgist, military engineer, mother, motorman, muddle through, negotiate, nuclear engineer, officer, operant, operate, operative, operator, order, ordnance engineer, organize, organizer, originate, originator, overproduce, past master, perform, petroleum engineer, pilot, pioneer, plan, planner, play games, plot, power engineer, power-supply engineer, precursor, prescribe, prime mover, produce, producer, product engineer, pull strings, pull the strings, put over, put through, quarterback, radar engineer, radio engineer, raiser, realize, realizer, regulate, repairman, rig, rocket engineer, run, runner, sanitary engineer, sapper, sapper and miner, scheme, scrape along, set up, shaper, sire, skipper, smith, steam engineer, steersman, succeed in, swing, swing the deal, take command, take the lead, technician, ventilation engineer, volume-produce, wangle, water-supply engineer, work, worry along, wright

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  • Engineer — En gi*neer , n. [OE. enginer: cf. OF. engignier, F. ing[ e]nieur. See {Engine}, n.] 1. A person skilled in the principles and practice of any branch of engineering; as, a civil engineer; an electronic engineer; a chemical engineer. See under… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Engineer — En gi*neer , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Engineered}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Engineering}.] 1. To lay out or construct, as an engineer; to perform the work of an engineer on; as, to engineer a road. J. Hamilton. [1913 Webster] 2. To use contrivance and effort …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • engineer — [en΄jə nir′] n. [earlier enginer < ME enginour < OFr engigneur] 1. Now Rare a person who makes engines 2. a person skilled or occupied in some branch of engineering [a mechanical engineer] 3. a) a person who operates or supervises the… …   English World dictionary

  • engineer — [n] person who puts together things architect, builder, contriver, designer, deviser, director, inventor, manager, manipulator, originator, planner, schemer, sights*, surveyor, techie*, technie*; concept 348 engineer [v] devise; bring about angle …   New thesaurus

  • engineer — I noun architect, artificer, contractor, contriver, creator, framer, instigator, inventor, machinist, maker, manager, mechanic, originator, producer II verb arrange, assemble, brew, build, cause, collude, compose, conspire, construct, contrive,… …   Law dictionary

  • engineer — vb *guide, pilot, lead, steer Analogous words: manage, direct, *conduct, control …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • engineer — ► NOUN 1) a person qualified in engineering. 2) a person who maintains or controls an engine or machine. 3) a person who skilfully originates something. ► VERB 1) design and build. 2) contrive to bring about …   English terms dictionary

  • engineer — ▪ I. engineer en‧gi‧neer 1 [ˌendʒˈnɪə ǁ ˈnɪr] noun [countable] JOBS 1. someone who designs the way roads, bridges, machines, electrical equipment etc are built: • He is an engineer with an oil company. ˈproduct engiˌneer JOBS MANUFACTURING …   Financial and business terms

  • Engineer — For other uses, see Engineer (disambiguation). Engineer Conference of Engineers at the Menai Straits Preparatory to Floating one of the T …   Wikipedia

  • engineer — [[t]e̱nʤɪnɪ͟ə(r)[/t]] ♦♦♦ engineers, engineering, engineered 1) N COUNT An engineer is a person who uses scientific knowledge to design, construct, and maintain engines and machines or structures such as roads, railways, and bridges. → See also …   English dictionary