An English-Indonesian Dictionary

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Cornell University Press, 1975 - Foreign Language Study - 660 pages
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This comprehensive modern English-Indonesian dictionary, the first to be published in the United States, contains approximately 25,000 headwords. Following the most up-to-date lexicographical principles, it includes modern idioms and slang, and provides extensive illustrative examples in sentences and phrases. It also contains many abbreviations, technical terms, and cross references, especially to irregular verb form's and noun plurals. Although intended primarily for Indonesian users, the dictionary will be helpful to speakers of English who wish to know the Indonesian equivalent of an English word or phrase. It complements the authors' previously published work described below.


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