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The University of Chicago Spanish Dictionary is the most popular dictionary of its kind. Its familiar name is known to millions of general readers, students, educators, and travelers. Improved for greater ease of use, and brought completely up to date, the fifth edition of The University of Chicago Spanish Dictionary is now more than ever the perfect resource for both language learners and experienced language users.
With thousands of added entries, the Dictionary builds on the features that have made it the leader in its field for more than fifty years: authority, scope, clarity, and conciseness. And with this edition, the Dictionary brilliantly captures the current core vocabularies of two rapidly changing—and increasingly connected—languages and cultures.
Entirely bilingual, the fifth edition focuses on two contemporary international languages—American English and a basic, worldwide Spanish that draws from both Latin American and Iberian sources.
Designed for a wide range of users, including travelers, businesspeople, students, teachers, and professionals, the new Dictionary is the essential first resource for speakers of both languages—from beginners to those at all other stages. Up to date, just comprehensive enough, and extraordinarily clear and easy to use, the new edition of The University of Chicago Spanish Dictionary stands alone. No other dictionary offers so many users so much help—or so much value.
Preface to the Fifth Edition Preámbulo a la quinta edición How to Use The University of Chicago Spanish Dictionary
Cómo usar el Universidad de Chicago Diccionario Español-Inglés, Inglés-Español
Spanish-English · Español-Inglés
List of Abbreviations
Notes on Spanish Grammar
Common Spanish Suffixes
Spanish Regular Verbs
Spanish Irregular and Orthographic Changing Verbs
Spanish-English Dictionary, A-Z
Inglés-Español · Spanish-English
Lista de abreviaturas
Notas sobre grammatíca inglesa
Sufijos comunes del inglés
Verbos irregulares de la lengua inglesa
Diccionario inglés-español, A-Z
Posted February 6, 2010
I was replacing the third edition. You left out the section of 1000 Idioms and Proverbs with Dialectial Variants, I found that very useful in learning how to converse. It is a good dictionary but not any diferent from the rest.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 30, 2010
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