Collins Desktop German Dictionary: Desktop

Collins Desktop German Dictionary: Desktop

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A completely new edition of the Desktop German Dictionary, fully revised and updated for the upper-intermediate to advanced learner. The new Desktop German Dictionary is based on the latest edition of the Collins German Dictionary: complete and unabridged, with up-to-date coverage of vocabulary and German spelling reform changes fully incorporated into the text. The innovative, user-friendly presentation of long entries and difficult words makes it easier for the learner to find the word, phrase or translation they are looking for. Containing over 150,000 references, including relevant business and Internet vocabulary, this is the ideal dictionary for all German studies, from upper-intermediate to advanced learners in school or college and for business users. Specially tailored to support the learner, this essential reference work retains all the innovative and proven features of the Collins bilingual range, with emphasis firmly placed on the German and English of today, thousands of examples to illustrate usage, and different meanings and usage clearly signposted throughout, guiding the user to the relevant translation. The Desktop German Dictionary also contains warnings against "faux amis", ie those words which look familiar but do not mean what one would expect.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 1408 pages
  • 164 x 242 x 62mm | 1,700.99g
  • HarperCollins Publishers
  • Collins
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English, German
  • 4th
  • 0004707109
  • 9780004707105

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