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A glossary of agricultural terms


Table of Contents (106 pages)


English-Spanish
Spanish-English

Compiled by

The American Language Center
The American University
Washington, D.C.

for
The International Cooperation Administration
1960

Peace Corps
Information Collection and Exchange
Reprint R-9
June 1965
March 1976
September 1976
September 1982
September 1984

NOTE

This bilingual glossory is a modest attempt to fill one of the needs of Spanish-speaking agriculturists receiving training under the program of the International Cooperation Administration. The list is not complete in any sense. It is based largely on suggestions made by experts engaged; in the training of foreign agricultural specialists both abroad and in the United States.

Thanks are due to many people in different countries for contributing items and for corrections in the Spanish of the original version. Special recognition should go to Mr. L. López Escoriaza of the Spanish Translation Section of FAO in Rome, and to Mr. Samuel Molinari, of the Organization of American States, in Washington.

JOHN J. McAULIFFE
Director, The American University Language Center

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Contents


Part I - English-Spanish

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Part II Spanish-English

A B C CH D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V X Y Z