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21st Century German-English English-German Dictionary (21st Century Reference) Mass Market Paperback – August 1, 1996
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Text: English, German
From the Publisher
The 21ST Century German-English/English-German Dictionary is an invaluable reference source for today's students, business people and travelers, providing essential information in an easy-to-use format. It is one of four books in the new 21st Century line of foreign dictionaries, which also includes:
The dual format of these dictionaries eliminates the need to use two dictionaries. Students can use The 21st Century German-English/English-German Dictionary to find the English translation of an unfamiliar German word--and to discover the correct way to express a certain English phrase in German. Because each entry is listed in both German and English, this dictionary is useful for every situation, for business people checking the terms of a contract on an international deal, to foreign exchange students getting settled into a German dormitory, and to tourists trying to understand the items on a menu.
The 21st Century German/English-English/German Dictionary provides individual entries in a concise, easy-to-follow format, with clear pronunciation guides and succinct definitions. This is the most up-to-date, reliable German to English, English to German dictionary on the market, and will be an indispensible tool for every occasion.
Top customer reviews
Perhaps it's useful for people who want quick reference while travelling through Germany... however I have doubts even about this as (in the English section) I couldn't even find words that I KNOW exist, like the equivalent of "good bye"...
In sort- it's frustrating. But maybe there are SOME that could make use of it, and so (since I'm a charitable sort) I'll give it 2 stars instead of 1...