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Meaning of “phone book” - Learner’s Dictionary

phone book

noun [C]    
a book that contains the telephone numbers of people who live in a particular areaReference books
Translations of “phone book”
in Korean 전화 번호부…
in Arabic دَليل الهاتِف…
in Portuguese lista telefônica…
in Catalan guia telefònica…
in Japanese 電話帳…
in Italian elenco del telefono…
in Chinese (Traditional) 電話號碼簿…
in Russian телефонный справочник…
in Turkish telefon defteri…
in Chinese (Simplified) 电话号码簿…
in Polish książka telefoniczna…
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