AUSTRALIAN POCKET OXFORD DICTIONARY 7E

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First published in 1976, the Australian Pocket Oxford Dictionary has remained Australia's best-selling dictionary. The seventh edition retains the popular features of previous editions and adds many new Australian and international words and mean...

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  • ISBN: 9780195527391
  • Publication Date: 2013
  • Format: Hardback
  • Edition: Seventh
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AUSTRALIAN POCKET OXFORD DICTIONARY 7E

First published in 1976, the Australian Pocket Oxford Dictionary has remained Australia's best-selling dictionary. The seventh edition retains the popular features of previous editions and adds many new Australian and international words and meanings. All Australian words and meanings are labelled with an Aust. regional marker. The seventh edition of the Australian Pocket Oxford Dictionary is an indispensable guide to English as it is written and spoken in Australia.

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