Cassell's French-English, English-French Dictionary by J. H. Douglas

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The greatest name in foreign language dictionaries is Cassell, the preeminent publisher of dictionaries for over 120 years.

For fast, easy reference and comprehensive listings, Cassell's is unbeatable. It contains in concise form the words most frequently used in normal speech and contemporary literature plus common idiomatic expressions and new words that have become accepted usage.

Cassell's is easy to read and full of complete usage information that's simple to access. This invaluable volume, backed by the world's foremost language authority, is the most effective concise dictionary available to the French language.


About J. H. Douglas

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Denis Girard is the former Cultural Attache at the French Embassy in London. Gaston Dulong is professor of French Philiogy at the Universite Laval in Quebec, Canada. Oliver Van Oss is the former Head of the Modern Language Department at Eton.
Published October 1, 1977 by Cassell's. 672 pages
Genres: Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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