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    Could you suggest one dictionary to me?

    Hi everybody, this's the first time I'm writing here, I find that your good advices will be helpful to increase my knowledge, but I need a English dictionary; what would you suggest to me?


    Postscript: I'm in advance level. I need a English-English dictionary.
    I appreciate it.

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    Re: Could you suggest one dictionary to me?

    Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

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    Re: Could you suggest one dictionary to me?

    The Oxford Shorter English Dictionary CD is also very good indeed if you're looking for a software dictionary.

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    Re: Could you suggest one dictionary to me?

    Hello Destroyer,
    You may well be in an advanced level but your English is not.

    All Advanced Dictionaries are good but the best on the market is still The Oxford Advanced and unfortunately, (for me) even better than Merriam-Webster's Advanced Learners.

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    Re: Could you suggest one dictionary to me?

    Quote Originally Posted by bds51 View Post
    Hello Destroyer,
    You may well be in an advanced level but your English is not.

    All Advanced Dictionaries are good but the best on the market is still The Oxford Advanced and unfortunately, (for me) even better than Merriam-Webster's Advanced Learners.

    If he/she considers so it is up to him/her. Destroyer is only asking one precise question.
    Much better to correct mistakes than to use pejorative sentences.

    Thank you for your help.

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