Dictionnaire franšais-anglais, anglais-franšais

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Denis Girard
1977., Oct 1, 1977 - Foreign Language Study - 1417 pages
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A hundred years of experience in dictionary publishing lies behind this edition of the famous "Cassell's French Dictionary." After more than thirty impressions of the previous edition this entirely new dictionary has been compiled by a team of four eminent linguists headed by Denis Girard, former Cultural Attache at the French Embassy in London, and including Oliver Van Oss, former Head of the Modern Language Department at Eton. For the first time French-Canadian usage has been incorporated under the direction of Gaston Dulong, professor of French Philology at the Universite Laval in Quebec, who has included local and regional words and phrases.

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About the author (1977)

Denis Girard is the former Cultural Attache at the French Embassy in London.

Gaston Dulong is professor of French Philiogy at the Universite Laval in Quebec, Canada.

Oliver Van Oss is the former Head of the Modern Language Department at Eton.

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