Synopses & Reviews
The HarperCollins Rack Dictionary offers up-to-date coverage of today's language with over 40,000 entries and 70,000 translations. The easy-to-use format contains commonly used phrases and idioms, plus irregular verb forms, and the most common abbreviations, acronyms, and geographic names.
The HarperCollins Rack Dictionary is targeted to students, travelers, and professionals looking for a quick refresher. Economically priced and packaged in an easy-to-carry paperback format, this dictionary is the best buy on a crowded shelf.
The Rack editions will continue the new look and cover design of Concise and College editions to present a unified, competitive branded look.
Collins French Dictionary
Up-to-date coverage of today's language
Offers over 40,000 entries and 70,000 translations
Contains commonly used phrases and idioms
Main irregular verb forms given
Includes most common abbreviations, acronyms, and geographic names
Pronunciations for English and French shown in the International Phonetic Alphabet
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