Engineering meaning

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The area aboard a ship where the engine is located.
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Engineering is defined as an act of skilled managing or the practical application of science and math skills to everyday life.

An example of engineering is to build a bridge or road over a canyon between two steep hillsides.

An example of engineering is a computer technician being able to figure out what's wrong with a computer and fix it by giving instructions to the user over the phone.

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Skillful maneuvering or direction.

Geopolitical engineering; social engineering.

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The act of maneuvering or managing.
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The application of science to practical uses such as the design of structures, machines, and systems. Engineering has many specialities such as civil engineering, chemical engineering, and mechanical engineering.
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(uncountable) The application of mathematics and the physical sciences to the needs of humanity and the development of technology.
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Present participle of engineer.
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Origin of engineering