Dictionary of American Words And Phrases by John Russell Bartlett. (Ed. 1848)
A Dictionary of Old Hobo Slang Compiled by Stephen P. Alpert.
Compiled from many books on hoboes, and also some original material supplied to the author.
Dictionary of Commonly Misspelled Words
Англо-английский словарь наиболее распространённых орфографических ошибок
Содержит более 1300 наиболее распространённых ошибок в написании английских слов. В новой версии исправлены замеченные ошибки / опечатки, изменена точка зрения на некоторые варианты, добавлены новые статьи в словарь. Применена цветовая подсветка.
British Colonial Military Terms and Soldier Slang
Many British military slang words had their origin in India and spread from there throughout the Empire. In this list, I put those Indian words and phrases that were Anglicized and that I think native Indians would not have used, such as pukka sahib. In the Indian list, I put words that I think might have been used by either British or Indians or words that were specific to India and Afghanistan. This is a purely subjective placement and very likely full of errors. I could put certain words in both lists, but that, too, would likely be wrong, and placing them in only one list requires less effort from me…
This dictionary is a comprehensive and in-depth look at all the slang, vulgarisms, curses, and insults, plus idioms, expressions, and a lot more, available in English. As always with slang, be careful using what you hear; it may not work quite the way you expect.
English monolingual universal supplementary explanatory dictionary compiled and edited by Igor Mostitsky
Англо-английский универсальный иллюстрированный дополнительный толковый словарь п/р И. Мостицкого.
Словарь является дополнительным источником информации для опытных переводчиков в ряде различных областей.
Shakespeare Glossary (En-En)
Oxford Dictionary of Idioms
Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary
A. S. Hornby
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Thomas S. Kane
Vocabulary reference and practice with answers and ebook
Michael McCarthy Felicity O’Dell
Cambridge University Press
Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, 8th Edition
English level: Upper-Intermediate to Advanced (B1-C2)
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Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, 9th Edition (OALD9)
An advanced learner’s dictionary is a monolingual learner’s dictionary, that is, a dictionary written for non-native speakers. It differs from a bilingual or translation dictionary, on the one hand, and a standard dictionary written for native speakers or linguistic scholars, on the other.
A learner’s dictionary is intended for non-native speakers who want information about the meaning and usage of words and phrases. Such dictionaries focus on current meanings, omitting outdated uses; etymology, a staple of standard dictionaries, is also usually omitted. All headwords are explained in uncomplicated language, typically using a core defining vocabulary of some 3,000 words, thus making the definitions more digestible to learners. There are many example phrases and sentences, but no quotations. Appendices and interspersed notes serve the targeted readership, providing additional guidance and help, for example with the usage of false friends, i.e. words that are often confused by learners.
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Oxford Primary English Dictionary, an Illustrated Dictionary for Starters (with sounds and pictures)
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