Oxford American Desk Dictionary & Thesaurus

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Oxford University Press, Sep 2, 2010 - Reference - 928 pages
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An all-in-one reference providing convenience, value, and the authority of Oxford dictionaries.The Oxford American Desk Dictionary & Thesaurus Third Edition is the ideal all-in-one reference, with a dictionary and a thesaurus combined in one handy, integrated volume. A word's meanings, synonyms, and antonyms are given in the same entry, allowing the user access to all this information at a glance.The text is fully updated with the latest lexical content, informed by Oxford's extensive language research program, including the Oxford English Corpus, a unique electronic database of more than two billion words that allows us to offer the fullest, most accurate picture of the English language today. Hundreds of new words cover computing, ecology, technology, and many other subjects.The Dictionary & Thesaurus includes helpful extra features such as a center Reference section of essential ready reference. Within the text, usage tip boxes help users write more effective English. A completely redesigned interior lends an open, readable look that makes this reference accessible and easy to use.Three months' access to Oxford's premium online dictionary and thesaurus service is included with this book, so you can get accurate definitions and alternative words wherever you are.Find out more about our living language using Oxford Dictionaries Online - updated regularly with the latest changes to words and meanings, so you have the most accurate picture of English available. Use the thousands of audio pronunciations to hear how words are spoken. Improve your confidence in writing with helpful grammar and punctuation guides, full thesaurus information, style and usage help, and much more.
  

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User Review  - Marlene - Goodreads

This has to be my all-time favorite paperback dictionary. I particularly love the excellently cross-referenced thesaurus. Read full review

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