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dictionary

noun   /ˈdɪk·ʃəər·i/ ( plural dictionaries)
A1 a book that contains a list of words in alphabetical order with their meanings explained and sometimes written in another language diccionario Use your dictionaries to look up any words you don’t understand.
(Definition of dictionary from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dictionary

noun /ˈdikʃənəri/ ( plural dictionaries)
a book containing the words of a language alphabetically arranged, with their meanings etc diccionario Look up any unknown words in the dictionary.
a book containing other information alphabetically arranged diccionario a dictionary of place-names.
(Definition of dictionary from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “dictionary”
in Korean 사전…
in Arabic قاموس, مُعْجَم…
in Malaysian kamus…
in French dictionnaire…
in Russian словарь…
in Chinese (Traditional) 字典,詞典, 專業詞典…
in Italian dizionario…
in Turkish sözlük…
in Polish słownik…
in Vietnamese từ điển…
in Portuguese dicionário…
in Thai พจนานุกรม, ปทานุกรม, นามานุกรม…
in German das Wörterbuch…
in Catalan diccionari…
in Japanese 辞書…
in Chinese (Simplified) 字典,词典, 专业词典…
in Indonesian kamus…
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