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Oxford Dictionary of English

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Previous. ed.: Oxford dictionary of English / edited by Catherine Soanes, Angus Stevenson.
Hardcover, 2069 pages
Published August 1st 2010 by Oxford University Press, USA (first published 2004)
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well, it's a dictionary.
The best dictionary ever.
fabulous rich dicionnary ; compatible for all english fans ;helpful and i keen on it .
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Excellent Book. Oxford's galactic lexicon seems to know no bounds. Whenever I'd pick it up to read, I felt like there was always something new in there.
Brilliant stuff. Absolutely brilliant.
Yeah, I read the dictionary as a kid. I wanted to, so I did. Don't judge me.
It's The Excellent Dictionary
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