Authoritative, comprehensive, and up-to-date--an indispensable resource for translators of Russian scientific and technical materials
The spirit of cooperation that now exists between the Russian scientific community and its English-speaking colleagues has opened a floodgate of Russian language technical and scientific documents. To meet the demand for an authoritative and up-to-date reference, the classic Callaham's Russian-English Dictionary of Science and Technology has now been published in a new edition that encompasses the latest additions to the technical vocabulary. The product of decades of painstaking research by distinguished Russian language translators, this essential reference book upholds the high standard of thoroughness and accuracy that scientific and technical translators require.
Technical specialists all over the English-speaking world--translators and interpreters, scientists, and engineers--will welcome the arrival of the Fourth Edition of Callaham's Russian-English Dictionary of Science and Technology.
* Over 120,000 Russian terms in the physical, life science, and engineering disciplines, and an additional 5,000 of the most frequently used, nontechnical terms
* Entries organized around common roots and arranged in paragraph form for greater efficiency
* The most comprehensive translations of Russian verbs found in any technical dictionary, complete with variations in meaning for different contexts
* Instructive linguistic information on how Russian prefixes, suffixes, and roots combine to form new words
Ludmilla Ignatiev Callaham (deceased) was a noted lexicographer, translator, chemist, and the author of the three previous editions of Callaham's Russian-English Dictionary of Science and Technology. A Russian language scholarship and awards endowment has been established at the University of South Carolina to honor her life and accomplishments.
Patricia E. Newman is an electrical engineer, translator, and senior member of the technical staff at the Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She is also a former President of the American Translators Association.
John R. Callaham is a chemical engineer, editor, and former Senior Vice President-Editorial at McGraw-Hill.