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workbook

noun [C] uk   /ˈwɜːk.bʊk/ us    /ˈwɝːk-/
A2 a book used in school containing text and questions and sometimes having spaces for a student to write answers in: There's a workbook to accompany the coursebook.
Translations of “workbook”
in Korean 연습 문제지…
in Arabic كِتاب التدريبات…
in Portuguese caderno de exercícios/atividades…
in Japanese 練習帳, 問題集…
in Italian libro di esercizi…
in Chinese (Traditional) (學生的)練習冊…
in Russian рабочая тетрадь…
in Turkish alıştırma kitabı…
in Chinese (Simplified) (学生的)练习册…
in Polish zeszyt ćwiczeń…
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