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HarperCollins Latin Concise Dictionary

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Publisher Comments:

< p> < center> A New Look at Language < /center> < /p> < p> The complete Latin dictionary and grammar — two books in one < /p> < p> Comprehensive treatment of the vocabulary of texts read in high school and college < /p> < p> Full step-by-step Latin grammar section < /p> < p> Detailed verb tables covering 120 regular verbs and more than 300 irregular verbs < /p> < p> Supplements on Roman history, life, and culture < /p> < p> Special section of Latin words and phrases used in contemporary English: carpe diem, quid pro quo, etc. < /p> < p> All the information you need to know to translate the classics by Virgil, Livy, or Cicero < /p>

Synopsis:

The HarperCollins Latin Concise Dictionary is a must-have when translating Virgil, Livy, or Cicero. Ideal for college and advanced high school students and easily portable, this dictionary is a best buy on a crowded shelf.

The book includes:
-- Over 100,000 translations and 60,000 references
-- Full coverage of the vocabulary needed to pass standardized examinations like the high school advanced placement test
-- Special entries on Roman history and culture
-- Lists of common Latin words and phrases still used in English today.
-- Full step-by-step Latin grammar section

Economically priced and the most comprehensive dictionary of its size, the new HarperCollins Latin Concise Dictionary will prove an invaluable reference tool.

Synopsis:

A New Look at Language

The complete Latin dictionary and grammar — two books in one

Comprehensive treatment of the vocabulary of texts read in high school and college

Full step-by-step Latin grammar section

Detailed verb tables covering 120 regular verbs and more than 300 irregular verbs

Supplements on Roman history, life, and culture

Special section of Latin words and phrases used in contemporary English: carpe diem, quid pro quo, etc.

All the information you need to know to translate the classics by Virgil, Livy, or Cicero

Synopsis:

HarperCollins Latin Concise Dictionary is targeted to first-year college language students and advanced high school students. Economically priced and packaged in an easy to carry format, this dictionary is a best buy on a crowded shelf.

About the Author

HarperCollins Publishers is one of the world's leading English-language publishers with headquarters in New York. The company is part of News America Publishing Group, a division of News Corporation. The house of Mark Twain, the Bronte Sisters, Thackeray, Dickens, John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr. and Maurice Sendak, HarperCollins was founded in New York City in 1817 by the brothers James and John Harper. The worldwide book group, which was formed following News Corporation's acquisition of the British publisher William Collins in January 1990, has significant publishing interests in the U.S., Canada, the U.K. and Australia.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780060536909
Manufactured:
HarperCollins
Publisher:
Collins Reference
Manufactured:
Harpercollins
Manufactured:
HarperCollins Publishers
Author:
by HarperCollins
Author:
Harpercollins
Author:
Harper Collins Publishers
Author:
HarperCollins Publishers
Location:
New York
Subject:
English language
Subject:
Latin
Subject:
Latin language
Subject:
Dictionaries - General
Subject:
Latin language - English
Subject:
English language - Latin
Subject:
Foreign Languages-Latin
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade PB
Series:
Collins Language
Series Volume:
no. 20
Publication Date:
20060207
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Pages:
600
Dimensions:
7.25 x 5.125 in 20.4 oz

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"Synopsis" by , The HarperCollins Latin Concise Dictionary is a must-have when translating Virgil, Livy, or Cicero. Ideal for college and advanced high school students and easily portable, this dictionary is a best buy on a crowded shelf.

The book includes:
-- Over 100,000 translations and 60,000 references
-- Full coverage of the vocabulary needed to pass standardized examinations like the high school advanced placement test
-- Special entries on Roman history and culture
-- Lists of common Latin words and phrases still used in English today.
-- Full step-by-step Latin grammar section

Economically priced and the most comprehensive dictionary of its size, the new HarperCollins Latin Concise Dictionary will prove an invaluable reference tool.

"Synopsis" by ,
A New Look at Language

The complete Latin dictionary and grammar — two books in one

Comprehensive treatment of the vocabulary of texts read in high school and college

Full step-by-step Latin grammar section

Detailed verb tables covering 120 regular verbs and more than 300 irregular verbs

Supplements on Roman history, life, and culture

Special section of Latin words and phrases used in contemporary English: carpe diem, quid pro quo, etc.

All the information you need to know to translate the classics by Virgil, Livy, or Cicero

"Synopsis" by , HarperCollins Latin Concise Dictionary is targeted to first-year college language students and advanced high school students. Economically priced and packaged in an easy to carry format, this dictionary is a best buy on a crowded shelf.
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