Best German Dictionaries

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which are the best German dictionaries?

There are few dictionaries available for German language, based on the rating, it has listed below

Oxford Essential German Dictionary (Multilingual) Paperback – 9 June 2010

by Oxford Dictionaries  (Author)

The Oxford Essential German Dictionary is a new compact German-English and English-German dictionary that offers up-to-date coverage of all the essential day-to-day vocabulary with over 40,000 words and phrases and 60,000 translations. This dictionary is easy to use and ideal for travel, work, or study.

The latest words in each language have been added, reflecting all aspects of life today, from computing and technology to lifestyle and business. Additional features include guides to German and English pronunciation, as well as help with both German and English verbs.

The Oxford Essential German Dictionary is ideal for anyone in need of a handy quick reference. An essential book for the study of German.

German Universal Langenscheidt Dictionary (Langenscheidt Dictionaries) Vinyl Bound – 1 April 2011

by Langenscheidt  (Author)

Small enough for pocket or purse, yet comprehensive enough for classroom use or casual conversation. &; 36,000 references &; All headwords in blue for quick reference &; Comprehensive vocabulary with many new words and phrases &; The ideal pocket reference work for use at home, in the office, at school, and for travel

Langenscheidt bilingual dictionaries: Langenscheidt Standard German Dictionary (Langenscheidt Standard Dictionaries) Vinyl Bound – 1 April 2011

by Olga Lecaye (Author)

The leading classroom reference and the favorite of students and teachers in high schools and colleges, this dictionary offers a wealth of entries in a clear, simple and easy-to-use layout. • 130,000 references • All headwords in blue for quick reference • Broad range of entries including idiomatic expressions and illustrative phrases • Specialist terms from many different fields • Detailed grammar information • The authoritative reference work for serious users

German-English Dictionary, Second Edition Mass Market Paperback – 26 May 2009

by DK  (Author)

Collins Easy Learner’s Dictionary Paperback – 1 April 2011

by Collins (Author)

Easy Learning German Dictionary is part of the bestselling and acclaimed Easy Learning range and is ideal for school and home study

Easy to use

  • find all the Words and phrases you need with German updated for the new spelling reform
  • Easy to read
  • Clear and colorful German inAction supplement
  • Easy to access
  • Free extra Study materials online

Oxford German Mini Dictionary Flexibound – 27 September 2011

by Oxford Dictionaries  (Author)

This is the reissued Oxford German Mini Dictionary – now in an attractive new format.

This small dictionary offers the most accurate and up-to-date coverage of essential, everyday vocabulary with over 40,000 words and phrases and 60,000 translations. Easy-to-use colour design and a centre section of useful words and expressions listed by topic make this dictionary ideal for travel and quick reference.

Collins German Phrasebook and Dictionary Gem Edition: Essential phrases and words in a mini, travel-sized format (Collins Gem) Paperback – 10 March 2016

by Collins Dictionaries  (Author)

You will never be lost for words in your travels around Germany and German-speaking countries again! Your ideal pocket-sized travel companion and the accompanying free ebook will ensure that you can say what you need in German with ease and confidence.

Reliable, portable and easy-to-use, this phrasebook is an indispensable travel companion as you deal with the situations that crop up every day on holiday; from finding a chic hotel, or hiring a car to explore the countryside, to choosing a local delicacy from the menu, and, of course, setting up your wifi.

With helpful travel information and cultural tips, plus a 3000-word dictionary, make sure you don’t go anywhere without this little book – an essential guide to speaking and understanding German when travelling in Germany and German-speaking countries.


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