Item description for Diccionario Esencial De La Lengua Espanola by Editors of Larousse (Mexico)...
This essential pocket dictionary of Latin American Spanish is packed with clear and simple definitions. Compact and attractively priced, it is ideal for the student or traveler. This easy-to-use reference includes
* 30,000 entries * 54,000 meanings, including 4,000 meanings unique to the Spanish of Latin America * an appendix of word formation in Spanish, with a list of suffixes * a verb conjugation chart * a list of common abbreviations
Se explican las dificultades ms comunes de la lengua, ideal para personas que requieren mejorar su nivel de expresin y comprensin del espaol, contiene una extensa cantidad de ejemplos. 30 000 palabras 54 000 acepciones 6 000 trminos fcilmente deducibles a travs de familias de palabras 4 000 acepciones propias del espaol de Hispanoamrica Locuciones ms habituales Conjugacin de los verbos Apndices de formacin de palabras en espaol
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Studio: Larousse Mexico
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.26" Width: 4.54" Height: 1.14" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Oct 15, 2002
Publisher Larousse Mexico
ISBN 9706074252 ISBN13 9789706074256 UPC 046442074254
Availability 0 units.
More About Editors of Larousse (Mexico)
The Larousse editorial team includes many language and reference experts based in countries around the world. In this way the linguistic team keeps it's finger on the pulse of living languages as spoken by the native language speakers of these countries.
Reviews - What do customers think about Diccionario Esencial De La Lengua Espanola?
Dictionaries, in any language, should not use the defined word in their definitions. May 9, 2007
For starters, I think the definitions are really long-- and they make words more complicated than necessary. But what's worse-- is... when you look up a word, the word is used in the definition. I'm not talking about the examples, which are occasional provided as well.
I also don't understand their explanation for using "" and "[1.5]" to explain congugations? I flipped through the pages and I never found a 2, 3 .. etc. All ones and one point fives.
I prefer VOXs dictionary. It has less words but its great. Their smaller In particular, I loved Vox Diccionario Actual De La Lengua Espanola becaue it got me using the language and learning to describe words without using the word I don't understand. I think that's how they teach vocabulary in grade schools... if I remember correctly.....
The perfect intermediate level dictionary. Jun 6, 2003
This dictionary is perfect for an intermediate level Spanish student who wishes to have a unilingual resource without lengthy and complicated definitions. It is an adequate size dictionary with about 30.000 entries and a grammatical appendix. It does contain quite a diverse vocabulary with common idiomatic expressions associated with some of the words. It does also indicate where applicable if the word is familiar (colloquial), considered vulgar or regional (specific to one or more Spanish countries). I use it quite regularly for everyday word clarification and the words are normally referenced. Since I am doing a specialization in Spanish it's not a primary reference for me but as mentioned above the dictionary is a perfect daily desktop dictionary and great for a student who needs a small to midsize reliable unilingual resource.
a good learner's dictionary Mar 1, 2001
This is a great Spanish-Spanish dictionary for students of Spanish at the intermediate to advanced level, because it was designed for people learning the language. So the definitions are written more simply and they seem to have included the more commonly used words. I would recommend it for people who are trying to get away from using bilingual dictionaries only.