HarperCollins Spanish College Dictionary

HarperCollins Spanish College Dictionary

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Hardcover(Spanish-English Fourth Edition)

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HarperCollins Spanish College Dictionary by HarperCollins Publishers, Harper Collins

The HarperCollins Spanish College Dictionary is a standout -- you're holding the best buy on the shelf in your hands right now. Here's why:

  • Easiest to use: Usage levels are indicated throughout, with extensive examples to illustrate how words are used in context. A system of style labels identifies whether a word is formal, informal, literary, vulgar, dated, or euphemistic. In addition, specific meanings are clearly marked to guide the user to the correct treatment. The text also includes illustrations of pronunciations through the usage of the International Phonetic Alphabet, enabling easy access and effective communication for educational, business, and traveling purposes.
  • Most consistently updated: HarperCollins dictionaries are updated more frequently than the competition, giving you the edge in reading, writing, and understanding the language.
  • Comprehensive: Fully updated coverage of both Spanish and English, including business, technological, and cultural terms and complete coverage of Latin American usage.
Here's a sampling of the new terms this edition includes:
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e-commerce e-tail e-zine firewall
minicam minidisk
rightsizing text messaging
webcam webcast

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780060082413
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 04/01/1902
Edition description: Spanish-English Fourth Edition
Pages: 1376
Product dimensions: 6.12(w) x 9.25(h) x 2.45(d)

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Guest More than 1 year ago
Excellent dictionary that not only provides the definition but also many phrases its used. The only things keeping it from an outstanding rating are the use of British English for defintions rather than customary American diction. However this is not that much of a detractor since the dictionary is still easily comprehensible