The Chambers Dictionary

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Ian Brookes
Chambers, Jan 1, 2003 - Reference - 1825 pages
3 Reviews
This edition of the Chambers Dictionary combines the long-established virtues of its predecessors with a modern design and updated content. It offers coverage of English vocabulary, ranging from rare and archaic words to the latest slang and technical terms, and contains appendices with information from chemical elements to first names, and the plays of Shakespeare to the Greek and Hebrew alphabets.

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User Review  - Manny - Goodreads

I'm not hopeless at languages, but one of my friends (let's call him G) totally puts me to shame. He speaks at least five fluently and can get by in several more. He's also got a remarkably good ... Read full review

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In the event of my being marooned on a desert island and allowed only one book it would have to be a good dictionary... preferably this one. Read full review

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