Geiriadur Yr Academi
University of Wales Press, 1995 - Reference - 1710 pages
This volume represents the most comprehensive English-Welsh dictionary ever compiled. It opens up the immense resources of a language which not only carries a rich cultural heritage but is changing and adapting to meet increasing use in public administration, the media, education and commercial life. This dictionary is indispensable for learners and first-language speakers of Welsh alike and should find a place in homes, schools and offices throughout Wales; also in libraries and universities world-wide.
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Over 1700 pages which answer the endlessly-asked question, "How do you say --insert word here-- in Welsh?" Although it's big, heavy, and definitely not cheap, no English-speaking Welsh learner should ... Read full review
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