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    Cool Slang Dictionary

    Let me ask you, if it is possible this kind of petition, for Slang DIctionaries both on line and in paper that could be really good and useful.

    Thanks a lot. I'm really concerned with all the different slang sentences that can be heard.

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    Default Re: Slang Dictionary

    If you do a search on "slang dictionary", you will find lots of them.

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    As a members of UsingEnglish.com, you have access to our slang and idioms database: http://www.usingenglish.com/members/idioms/ (and other goodies)
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    Default Re: Slang Dictionary

    A good dictionary is the Bloomsbury Dictionary of Contemporary Slang by Tony Thorne.

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    Smile Re: Slang Dictionary

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    If you do a search on "slang dictionary", you will find lots of them.
    Of course bcoz slang dictionary is a really-speaking dictionary.

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    thanks

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