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A book, database document that contains multiple definitions, which may be on a particular subject, usually in alphabetial order
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Casper Grathwohl, president, Dictionaries Division at OUP, said: "With the rising demand for Arabic language skills in the business world, the media, and public life, the Oxford Arabic Dictionary is a long-awaited and unsurpassed resource, essential for anyone using both Arabic and English.
Casper Grathwohl, President, Dictionaries Division at OUP, adds, "With the rising demand for Arabic language skills in the business world, the media, and public life, the Oxford Arabic Dictionary is a long-awaited and unsurpassed resource, essential for anyone using both Arabic and English.
Full dictionary capabilities going far beyond the limited features in standard learner's dictionaries
the word "pizzaiolo" - is not recognised by the Collins or Chambers dictionaries bers dictionaries .
com)-- Oxford Dictionaries Online has revealed the most-viewed words in the free online dictionary site during the first quarter of 2013.
I was disappointed to find even most of the big dictionaries sufficiently lacking in a sense of humor to provide no example at all.
It was the Chinese, more than two millennia ago, who were the first to compile dictionaries.
Most early lexicographers were schoolmasters who assembled glossaries or dictionaries as teaching aids for their students, as little else was obtainable.
Despite reports that the master third edition of The New Oxford Dictionary of English may not be printed amid the increasing use of online dictionaries, Oxford officials say the popular book form will continue to be printed for circulation worldwide.
A ROTARY club has been handing out dictionaries to children.
Despite research suggesting that teachers highly influence their students' knowledge and use of language learning resources such as dictionaries (Loucky, 2005; Yamane, 2006), it appears that dictionary selection and use is considered something to be dealt with outside the classroom.
But all too often they forget that vital dictionary - so to help make English lectures easier we have 25 Collins dictionaries to give away.