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Webster's new world large print dictionary

From the Publisher: Nearly 80 million desks and bookshelves worldwide boast a member of the distinguished family of Webster's New World dictionaries. From The New York Times to the Los Angeles Times, most major newspapers have adopted the College Edition as their standard first-reference resource. So have the Associated Press and United Press International. The professionals know that when you need to get the words right the first time, every time, you need Webster's New World Dictionary. But this is much more than the most useful, readable, and accurate desk dictionary you can find. Ever since the first edition was published thirty-five years ago, the Webster's New World permanent staff has been dedicated to presenting the English language not merely as it is, but also as it has evolved. In these pages you will find more up-to-date, in-depth etymologies than in any other American dictionary, tracing our current vocabulary back to its rich and varied resources. Definitions are presented in modified historical order, illuminating the semantic development by which the language grows and changes. Americanisms, more than 11,000 of them, are clearly marked, illustrating the astonishing inventiveness of our diverse culture. Every entry offers new and fascinating perspectives on the language that we share-formal, technical, colloquial, idiomatic, even outright slang-because Webster's New World Dictionary has always sought to record the English language, not restrict it. Make no mistake however; Webster's New World Dictionary is a precise reference tool carefully crafted to meet the needs of the most demanding user. It is the only dictionary to offer accurate and consistent Pinyin Chinese transliterations, a very useful feature in the "global village" of today. Commonly used foreign expressions that should be italicized are clearly identified; and a new and innovative feature presents a syllabification system that distinguishes between preferred words breaks for line-end hyphenation.

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  • "韋氏新世界字典"
  • "New World dictionary"@en
  • "Zui xin wei shi xiao zi dian"@en
  • "Concise dictionary"
  • "Dictionary of American English"
  • "New world dictionary of the american language"
  • "College dictionary"
  • "Dictionary of American language"
  • "New World dictionary of the American language with student handbook"
  • "Nasl. na ov.: Webster's new world college dictionary with CD-ROM"
  • "Wester's New World dictionary with Student handbook"@en
  • "Webster's new world compact school and office dictionary"
  • "New World dictionary of the American language"
  • "New World dictionary of the American language"@en
  • "New world quick reference dictionary"
  • "New World dictionary of American English"
  • "New World dictionary of the English language"@en
  • "New world dictionary"
  • "Wei shi xin shi jie mei yu jian ming zi dian"@en
  • "Webster's New World college dictionary with CD-ROM"
  • "Websters̀ new world compact school & office dictionary"
  • "Webster's new world dictionary"@en
  • "Webster's new world dictionary"
  • "韋氏新世界美語簡明字典"
  • "Webster's New World dictionary of American English"
  • "Pons"
  • "Webster's New World compact school dictionary"
  • "Pons Webster's new world dictionary"
  • "Webster's New World dictionary"@en
  • "Webster's New World dictionary"
  • "Large print dictionary of the American language"@en
  • "韋氏新世界字典袖珍本"
  • "最新韋氏小字典"
  • "Large print dictionary"@en
  • "Webster's new world dictionary of American English"
  • "Wei shi xin shi jie zi dian xiu zhen ben"@en
  • "New world dictionary of the American language"
  • "New world dictionary of the American language"@en
  • "Wei shi xin shi jie zi dian"@en
  • "Webster's New World large print dictionary of the American language"@en
  • "Webster's new world dictionnary"

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  • "From the Publisher: Nearly 80 million desks and bookshelves worldwide boast a member of the distinguished family of Webster's New World dictionaries. From The New York Times to the Los Angeles Times, most major newspapers have adopted the College Edition as their standard first-reference resource. So have the Associated Press and United Press International. The professionals know that when you need to get the words right the first time, every time, you need Webster's New World Dictionary. But this is much more than the most useful, readable, and accurate desk dictionary you can find. Ever since the first edition was published thirty-five years ago, the Webster's New World permanent staff has been dedicated to presenting the English language not merely as it is, but also as it has evolved. In these pages you will find more up-to-date, in-depth etymologies than in any other American dictionary, tracing our current vocabulary back to its rich and varied resources. Definitions are presented in modified historical order, illuminating the semantic development by which the language grows and changes. Americanisms, more than 11,000 of them, are clearly marked, illustrating the astonishing inventiveness of our diverse culture. Every entry offers new and fascinating perspectives on the language that we share-formal, technical, colloquial, idiomatic, even outright slang-because Webster's New World Dictionary has always sought to record the English language, not restrict it. Make no mistake however; Webster's New World Dictionary is a precise reference tool carefully crafted to meet the needs of the most demanding user. It is the only dictionary to offer accurate and consistent Pinyin Chinese transliterations, a very useful feature in the "global village" of today. Commonly used foreign expressions that should be italicized are clearly identified; and a new and innovative feature presents a syllabification system that distinguishes between preferred words breaks for line-end hyphenation."@en
  • "From the Publisher: Nearly 80 million desks and bookshelves worldwide boast a member of the distinguished family of Webster's New World dictionaries. From The New York Times to the Los Angeles Times, most major newspapers have adopted the College Edition as their standard first-reference resource. So have the Associated Press and United Press International. The professionals know that when you need to get the words right the first time, every time, you need Webster's New World Dictionary. But this is much more than the most useful, readable, and accurate desk dictionary you can find. Ever since the first edition was published thirty-five years ago, the Webster's New World permanent staff has been dedicated to presenting the English language not merely as it is, but also as it has evolved. In these pages you will find more up-to-date, in-depth etymologies than in any other American dictionary, tracing our current vocabulary back to its rich and varied resources. Definitions are presented in modified historical order, illuminating the semantic development by which the language grows and changes. Americanisms, more than 11,000 of them, are clearly marked, illustrating the astonishing inventiveness of our diverse culture. Every entry offers new and fascinating perspectives on the language that we share-formal, technical, colloquial, idiomatic, even outright slang-because Webster's New World Dictionary has always sought to record the English language, not restrict it. Make no mistake however; Webster's New World Dictionary is a precise reference tool carefully crafted to meet the needs of the most demanding user. It is the only dictionary to offer accurate and consistent Pinyin Chinese transliterations, a very useful feature in the "global village" of today. Commonly used foreign expressions that should be italicized are clearly identified; and a new and innovative feature presents a syllabification system that distinguishes between preferred words breaks for line-end hyphenation."
  • "This braille dictionary for senior high grades consists of 72 volumes totaling 19,446 pages. The dictionary contains over 157,000 entries in a single alphabetical listing with names of people and places, foreign expressions, abbreviations, etc., all appearing in the main body of the book. The individual entries are presented in syllables followed by the phonetic spelling, the part of speech, the etymology, and the definition. In addition to the dictionary listings, other sections include indexes of colleges, universities, junior colleges, and other institutions of higher learning in the United States and Canada; a guide to punctuation and mechanics; a guide to manuscript form; tables of weights and measures; and listings of special signs and symbols. The book is embossed on pages larger than the standard 25 lines, 38 cells. A large-type edition of the dictionary is also available for $399.60."@en
  • "This braille dictionary for senior high grades consists of 72 volumes totaling 19,446 pages. The dictionary contains over 157,000 entries in a single alphabetical listing with names of people and places, foreign expressions, abbreviations, etc., all appearing in the main body of the book. The individual entries are presented in syllables followed by the phonetic spelling, the part of speech, the etymology, and the definition. In addition to the dictionary listings, other sections include indexes of colleges, universities, junior colleges, and other institutions of higher learning in the United States and Canada; a guide to punctuation and mechanics; a guide to manuscript form; tables of weights and measures; and listings of special signs and symbols. The book is embossed on pages larger than the standard 25 lines, 38 cells. A large-type edition of the dictionary is also available for $399.60."
  • "A dictionary for grades four through eight including definitions for more than 44,000 words identifying parts of speech and giving examples of usage."
  • "A dictionary for grades 3 through 8 including definitions for more than 44,000 words identifying parts of speech and giving examples of usage."
  • "An English language dictionary with accompanying guides to such academic subjects as world history, language arts, and economics."
  • "Cover and spine title: Webster's New world large print dictionary. Extra-large type for easy reading. Lists 105,000 vocabulary entries, 623 illustrations, usage notes, etc."
  • "Contains over 60,000 entries with scientific terms and abbreviations."@en
  • "Lists 159,000 entries, identifies American terms, and includes etymologies of American place names."
  • "A school dictionary featuring definitions, word origins, usage labels, and example phrases."
  • "Includes the commonly used words that make up the basic vocabulary of English, as well as some specialized terms, abbreviations, and foreign words and phrases."
  • "A dictionary specially prepared for students containing more than 108,000 vocabulary entries including contemporary slang and informal expressions."@en
  • "A dictionary specially prepared for students containing more than 108,000 vocabulary entries including contemporary slang and informal expressions."
  • "Nearly 80 million desks and bookshelves worldwide boast a member of the distinguished family of Webster's New World dictionaries. From the New York Times to the Los Angeles Times, most major newspapers have adopted the College Edition as their standard first-reference resource. So have the Associated Press and United Press International. The professionals know that when you need to get the words rights the first time, every time, you need Webster's New World Dictionary."@en
  • "Presents definitions of 150,000 words, including 11,000 Americanisms. Features pronunciation keys, work histories, and style and usage guides."
  • "A dictionary of the English language, including sections on abbreviations, marks of punctuation, weights and measures, numbers, capitalization, and spelling."
  • "A dictionary for grades four through eight giving pronunciation, part-of-speech, definitions, and phrase and sentence illustrations for each entry."
  • "A dictionary for grades four through eight giving pronunciation, part-of-speech, definitions, and phrase and sentence illustrations for each entry."@en
  • "Offers hundreds of new words and meanings, including many unique to American English, with thousands of examples of current usage."@en
  • "Offers hundreds of new words and meanings, including many unique to American English, with thousands of examples of current usage."
  • "This totally revised edition adds nearly 1,800 new words to the more than 60,000 entries. Named the "Best Desk Dictionary Available" (Kenneth Kister, Best Dictionaries), it is the first reference for the Associated Press, UPI, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, and hundreds of other newspapers. Over 60,000 entries -- covering business, computer, and scientific terms colloquial, idiomatic, and current slang expressions and more. Updated and revised biographical and geographical database -- with 1,600 additional entries. Simple alphabetical listing for all entries -- including prefixes and suffixes, abbreviations, foreign words and phrases, and biographical and geographical names. Concise, easy-to-understand definitions -- many revised to reflect the latest research on usage and meaning. Precise and comprehensive pronunciation key -- located on inside of back cover for quick, convenient reference. Updated page design and layout -- modern, clear type appeals to the eye and makes for an easier-to-read reference tool. Complete A to Z preparation by the permanent lexicographical staff of Webster's New WorldTM Dictionary -- the word pros who prepared the acclaimed Third College Edition."
  • "Webster's new world dictionary of the American Language."
  • ""Based upon and includes material from Webster's New World dictionary, Encyclopedic edition"--Verso of t.p."@en
  • ""Based upon and includes material from Webster's New World dictionary, Encyclopedic edition"--Title page verso."

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