Compact Oxford Italian Dictionary
The compact oxford italian dictionary covers over 90,000 words and phrases, and 120,000 translations of contemporary italian and english. Includes all essential italian and english words, based on findings from the oxford languages tracker
භාෂාවක් නිවැරදිව හැසිරවීම සඳහා ව්යාකරණ අවශ්යය. පැරණි භාෂාවක් වූ සිංහලයට ඇති පැරණි ව්යාකරණ ග්රන්ථය සිදත් සඟරාවයි. මෙය ශ්රී ලාංකික විද්වතුන්ගේ නොමද ගෞරවයට පාත්ර වූ ග්රන්ථයකි. සිංහල වියරණ උගැන්මෙහි ලා සිදත් සඟරාව අත්යවශ්යම වූ කෘතියක් බව නොරහසකි.
This small dictionary and thesaurus offers the most accurate and up-to-date coverage of essential, everyday vocabulary with over 40,000 words, phrases, and definitions and 65,000 synonyms and antonyms based on evidence from the oxford english corpus, a unique databank comprising hundreds of millions of words of english.
The pocket oxford english dictionary offers over 120,000 words, phrases, and definitions. It covers all the words you need for everyday use, carefully edited from the evidence of the oxford english corpus, a databank of 21st century english, containing over 2 billion words.
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Authoritative, compact, and up to date, the pocket oxford dictionary, thesaurus, and wordpower guide is the perfect three-in-one reference for use at school, home, or the office. It contains a dictionary with over 90,000 words, phrases, and definitions; a thesaurus with over 130,000 alternative and opposite words.
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