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guidebook

noun [C]  /ˈɡɑɪdˌbʊk/ us  
a book that gives information for visitors about a place, such as a city or region of a country: We bought a guidebook for the New England area.
Translations of “guidebook”
in Korean 안내서…
in Arabic دَليل إرشادي…
in Portuguese guia (livro)…
in Catalan guia…
in Japanese ガイドブック, 案内書…
in Italian guida (libro)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 旅行指南…
in Russian путеводитель…
in Turkish el kitabı, turist kılavuzu, rehber kitap…
in Chinese (Simplified) 旅行指南…
in Polish przewodnik…
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