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A revised edition of the Collins Italian Gem dictionary, including the latest vocabulary relating to the Internet and to the new Europe.
With its extensive coverage of Italian language in a compact form, the Collins Italian Gem remains the indispensable small dictionary for learners of Italian. Now updated for the millennium, its 40,000–plus references and 70,000 translations include the latest additions to the language, notably terms relating to the Internet and to the new Europe.
With an attractive new layout and typography, featuring special entries relating to various aspects of Italian life and culture, the Italian Gem is compact, reliable and completely up–to–date – the ideal small dictionary for school and general use.
Featuring the current, turn-of-the-millennium additions to the Italian and English languages, this revised edition includes the latest vocabulary relating to the Internet and to the new Europe.
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