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Simplified Technical English-English

Simplified Technical English-Japanese Learner’s Dictionary

STE英英STE英和学習辞典

 

Easy-to-read, three-in-one dictionary of core Controlled English, plain English and Japanese

Pairs of correct and incorrect sample sentences

Learners’ glossaries of verbs, synonyms, Technical Names and Technical Verbs

Writing Guidelines for ASD-STE100 ™

Convenient usage key on every dictionary and glossary page                               

 

Simplified Technical English uses a 1500-word core lexicon for readability and translatability. It was originally designed for writing and translating maintenance documents in the Aerospace and Defense industries. Its flexibility, due to clear vocabulary-creation and writing guidelines, enables it to serve as the basic Controlled English for many industries:

* Aerospace and Defense

* Automotive

* Banking

* Computer

* Insurance

* Medical

* Oil

* Telecommunications

Glossary Entries:

Incorrect English Terms

CORRECT SYNONYM

Incorrect Usage

CORRECT USAGE

 When you see any of these words, you know it is time to pick up this dictionary to check for an acceptable synonym, and in some cases, to consult the Writing Guidelines to create an alternative sentence.

abandon (v)

STOP

Abandon engine start.

STOP THE ENGINE START PROCEDURE.

able (adj)

CAN (v)

If you are able to start the engine, do a BITE test.

IF YOU CAN START THE ENGINE, DO A BITE TEST.

Dictionary Entries:

Key to Dictionary

本語 = Japanese translations for Simplified Technical English and plain English.

CAPITALIZATION = correct terms and usages

Mixed or lower-case = incorrect terms and usages

(TN), (TV) = Technical Nouns, Technical Verbs for customized vocabularies

(art) = article; (adj) = adjective; (adv) = adverb; (con) = conjunction; (n) = noun; (pn) = pronoun; (pre) = predicate; (v) = verb

 

complete (adj) FULL, COMPLETE (v), ALL. EXTEND AND RETRACT THE LANDING GEAR THROUGH THREE FULL CYCLES. Extend and retract the landing gear through three complete cycles. THIS SHOWS THAT SERVICING IS COMPLETED. This indicates that servicing is complete. SEND ALL THE TEST RESULTS TO THE MANUFACTURER. The complete test results must be sent to the manufacturer.

COMPLETE (v), COMPLETES, COMPLETED To “take” to the end of an operation. COMPLETE THE FUNCTIONAL TEST. 完成する, 完全なものにする, 終える

 

-  1st print dictionary for the most widely used Controlled English in the world, STE.

 - STE is mandatory for authoring and translating documents in top tech languages. Compliance by the ATA, the AIA, The Boeing Company, General Electric, Lockheed, McDonnell Douglas, British Aerospace, Deutsche Aerospace, Fokker + more. 

-Dictionary creation and use of ASD-STE100 ™ was with the permission of the Aerospace and Defence Industries Association of Europe.

 

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