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Meaning of "coursebook" in Essential English Dictionary

coursebook

noun   /ˈkɔːsbʊk/
a book used by students when they do a particular course of study
Translations of “coursebook”
in Korean 교과서…
in Arabic كِتاب الفَصل…
in Portuguese livro texto…
in Catalan llibre de text…
in Japanese 教科書…
in Italian libro di testo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 課本…
in Russian учебник…
in Turkish ders kitabı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 课本…
in Polish podręcznik…
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