Item description for Larousse Pocket German/English English/German Dictionary by Editors of Larousse...
This new edition offers up-to-date coverage of the new German spelling reform. Both old and new spellings are included making it easy to find the right word. Easy-to-carry or to tuck into a suitcase, this handy reference provides students, travelers, and business people with the tools to understand a wide range of written and conversational language, and essential vocabulary from today's increasingly hi-tech world, such as: "download," "cyberspace," and "World Wide Web." Special Features: Comprehensive coverage of German spelling reform. Includes both new and old German spellings. Over 32,000 words and phrases and 45,000 translations. Includes coverage of idioms, abbreviations, acronyms, and proper nouns, and pronunciation guides. Pocket-sized - easy to take on a trip.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7" Width: 4.3" Height: 1.5" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date May 15, 2001
ISBN 2035400198 ISBN13 9782035400192 UPC 046442400190
Reviews - What do customers think about Larousse Pocket German/English English/German Dictionary?
It's cool.... Oct 18, 2005
This is the best smaller German dictionary I have come across thus far. I am currently in my forth year of German and I've seen a lot of smaller dictionaries, though I've mostly moved on to bigger ones now. I don't actually own this one but my friend, who has been taking German with me for many years, does--I'm so jealous (as is almost anyone else who uses her dictionary). In my experience, this dictionary has most of the words that you'll need to know to complete basic german assignments and such. It really has never failed me. For its size and portability this dictionary is very good. I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a smaller dictionary to carry around with them (say to class or something), though I'm not sure how it would function compared to a larger dictionary.