Webster's New World Dictionary

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Michael Agnes
Simon and Schuster, Jul 1, 2003 - Education - 768 pages
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  1. Over 60,000 entries -- covering business, computer, and scientific terms; colloquial, idiomatic, and current slang expressions; and more.
  2. Updated and revised biographical and geographical database -- with more than 2,000 new entries.
  3. Simple alphabetical listing for all entries -- including prefixes and suffixes, abbreviations, foreign words and phrases, and biographical and geographical names.
  4. Concise, easy-to-understand definitions -- many revised to reflect the latest research on usage and meaning.
  5. Precise and comprehensive pronunciation key -- designed for quick, convenient reference.
  6. Updated page design and layout -- modern, clear type appeals to the eye and makes for an easier-to-read reference tool.
  7. Complete A-to-Z preparation by the permanent lexicographical staff at Webster's New World™ College Dictionary -- the word pros who prepared the acclaimed Fourth College Edition.
  

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
46
Section 3
92
Section 4
166
Section 5
233
Section 6
266
Section 7
319
Section 8
355
Section 9
361
Section 10
428
Section 11
462
Section 12
748
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Michael E. Agnes is the principal editor for this new edition of Webster's New World Dictionary.

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