Aṅgrejī-Gujarātī Vinīta Kośa

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Oxford University Press, 1986 - Foreign Language Study - 466 pages
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Compiled by P.G. Deshpande, the eminent Gujarati lexicographer who produced the definitive A Modern English-Gujarati Dictionary, this intermediate-size reference contains over 15,000 vocabulary items selected on the basis of frequency of use, featuring clear-cut, accurate definitions that provide a sense of the word as used in its most important contexts. As an aid to punctuation, Deshpande provides stress-indicators and Gujarati transliterations of all head words, and he indicates the parts of speech and, wherever relevant, the irregular verb or adjective forms. In addition, he has incorporated illustrative phrases throughout the book to help clarify usage, making the Concise English-Gujarati Dictionary an easy-to-use reference for anyone interested in the language of northwestern India.

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this dix. is well but not having very words

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