would be the most preferable, but:
"Innealtóireacht Ríomhaire" or
would also be acceptable.
This is from a professional translation company (Abair Leat) so I'd be
willing to put money on the fact that it's correct :-)
Barry Redmond wrote:
> On 9 Dec 2004 at 16:30, Kae Verens wrote:
>>>Barry Redmond wrote:
>>>>>What's a reasonable Irish translation for "computer engineering"? I
>>>can translate the two words individually, but I'm pretty sure I'll show my
>>>ignorance if I just ram them together.
>>>>I think that the science is known simply as "Riomhaireact".
>>>>"Innealtoireacht Riomhaireahta" is a little too syllabilistic...
>>> Riomhaireacht is "computer science" (see
>http://www.englishirishdictionary.com/ ). I need to translate "computer
> engineering" with a meaning that is distinct from computer science. I
> think I'm probably stuck with the syllabilistic answer. Just have to get a
> wider business card.
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