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Oxford-hachette French Dictionary


Hardcover | June 10, 2007

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Acclaimed by language professionals the world over, the Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary leads the field. The dictionary is based on the statistical evidence of vast electronic databanks of real language, both written and spoken, making it the most comprehensive, reliable, and up-to-datedictionary of French and English available today. And now, it has even better coverage of the language, with improved treatment of acronyms and EU terminology, as well as thousands of new words in both English and French. The dictionary is a must for any serious student of the French language. It is tailored to the needs of the market in consultation with key academic advisors. This edition contains even more useful information for the language student abroad - sample bills and rent agreements help you orientateyourself in a new culture. Alternatively, it is an essential reference tool for the shelves of a second home.It is the most up-to-date and complete French dictionary of its size.
Title:Oxford-hachette French DictionaryFormat:HardcoverDimensions:2080 pages, 10.16 × 7.4 × 2.8 inPublished:June 10, 2007Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198614225

ISBN - 13:9780198614227

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