The Pocket Oxford Greek Dictionary

Paperback | June 1, 2000

EditorJ.T. Pring

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This reissue of The Pocket Oxford Greek Dictionary has the new Oxford livery. Along with 67,000 words and phrases and 82,000 translations there are appendices listing the principal parts of Greek verbs, as well as lists of place-names and personal names.

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This portable dictionary, edited by Colin JT. Pring is the perfect companion for students, vacationers and business people to take on their travels. The Pocket Oxford Greek Dictionary contains more than 67,000 words and phrases. It also includes a new correspondence section that provides sample letters to help readers correspond wi...

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This reissue of The Pocket Oxford Greek Dictionary has the new Oxford livery. Along with 67,000 words and phrases and 82,000 translations there are appendices listing the principal parts of Greek verbs, as well as lists of place-names and personal names.

Format:PaperbackDimensions:592 pages, 7.72 × 5.08 × 1.14 inPublished:June 1, 2000Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198603274

ISBN - 13:9780198603276

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Table of Contents

AbbreviationsPrefaceIntroductionGreek-EnglishEnglish-GreekPlace namesPersonal namesPrincipal parts of Greek verbs

From Our Editors

This portable dictionary, edited by Colin JT. Pring is the perfect companion for students, vacationers and business people to take on their travels. The Pocket Oxford Greek Dictionary contains more than 67,000 words and phrases. It also includes a new correspondence section that provides sample letters to help readers correspond with hotels and businesses and create their own resumes.

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"This dictionary scores outstandingly well in comparison with others of its size."--Times Literary Supplement