Oxford Concise School Dictionary

This abridged edition of the 2002 edition of the Oxford School Dictionary has been trialled and tested in schools and provides over 40,000 words and phrases New words to this edition include terms such as air bag and alternative energy, and information boxes throughout give details of word families, usage, and langauge and grammar notes Word origins provide a history ofThis abridged edition of the 2002 edition of the Oxford School Dictionary has been trialled and tested in schools and provides over 40,000 words and phrases New words to this edition include terms such as air bag and alternative energy, and information boxes throughout give details of word families, usage, and langauge and grammar notes Word origins provide a history of language and pronunciation guides help with unusual words, for example, depot say dep oh , conscientious say kon she en shus Idiomatic phrases and expressions are fully defined and labels formal informal, in science fiction, in grammar encourage accurate use of language.
Oxford Concise School Dictionary This abridged edition of the edition of the Oxford School Dictionary has been trialled and tested in schools and provides over words and phrases New words to this edition include terms suc

  • Title: Oxford Concise School Dictionary
  • Author: Joyce Hawkins Andrew Delahunty
  • ISBN: 9780199109692
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Unknown Binding
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