Yes, to ant and syn. Learn more here Merriam-Webster Online
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I have some questions about the usage of Merriam Webster's Collegiate Thesaurus. There are some abbreviation that I don't know what they stand for even though I have read through the explanatory note in the thesaurus.
eg. I look for the word 'slow', I can see details shown as below. Would you explain those abbreviation highlighted in red?
syn RETARDED, backward, dim-witted, dull.....
rel limited: ll dunch
moving, flowing, or proceeding at less than the usual....
syn deliberate, delatory.....
rel measured, slowish......
idiom as slow as a swamp turtle.......
con blitz, lightning.....
Can you correct me if I am wrong ?
ant : means opposite meaning
syn : means same meaning
Tks / ju
Rel means related word.
Con means contrasted word.
Try Comprehensive Curriculum of Basic ... - Google Books Page 57. It describes slow.
Thank you very very much. I love this e-book very much.
1) May I know how shall I search for e-book w/all contents shown via internet?
2) Is it a trend that most of the books with contents are being posted online for viewing like the one you showed to me, "Comprehensive Curriculum of Basic'?
Expecting for your reply
Tks / ju
You're most welcome.
1) If searching for e-books, try Google Books.
2) e-books are becoming a trend, yes.
All the best.