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The "Vox Compact Spanish and English Dictionary" contains more than 85,000 headwords, phrases, and examples, including the latest additions to the language plus technical, scientific, and business terms. This bestselling reference includes a 45-page section of Spanish idioms and expressions. The "Vox Compact Spanish and English Dictionary" contains more than 85,000 headwords, phrases, and examples, including the latest additions to the language plus technical, scientific, and business terms. This bestselling reference includes a 45-page section of Spanish idioms and expressions.


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The "Vox Compact Spanish and English Dictionary" contains more than 85,000 headwords, phrases, and examples, including the latest additions to the language plus technical, scientific, and business terms. This bestselling reference includes a 45-page section of Spanish idioms and expressions. The "Vox Compact Spanish and English Dictionary" contains more than 85,000 headwords, phrases, and examples, including the latest additions to the language plus technical, scientific, and business terms. This bestselling reference includes a 45-page section of Spanish idioms and expressions.

55 review for Vox Compact Spanish and English Dictionary

  1. 4 out of 5

    Yaaresse

    This was my go-to Spanish-English dictionary in college back in the Dark Ages. I've since replaced it several times. The current version is the one I recommended to my ESL classes. Sure, it's bigger and heavier than some "compact" dictionaries, but it's also easy to use, has legible (and large enough to see easily) font, and practical examples and explanations. Smart phone translation apps are handy, but I notice the folks in my classes retained more information and grasped nuances of meaning be This was my go-to Spanish-English dictionary in college back in the Dark Ages. I've since replaced it several times. The current version is the one I recommended to my ESL classes. Sure, it's bigger and heavier than some "compact" dictionaries, but it's also easy to use, has legible (and large enough to see easily) font, and practical examples and explanations. Smart phone translation apps are handy, but I notice the folks in my classes retained more information and grasped nuances of meaning better when they looked in up in a print dictionary than when relying on their "instant crutch" phone apps. (Note: this is about the print edition only. I tried the e-book version and the navigation and format was horrible.)

  2. 4 out of 5

    Beckie

    I would have put my head through a wall without this book. Instead, I just put my head into a wall several times. ;) It's not the /most/ elaborate dictionary, but considering it's a "compact" version, it was really damn good. Also, the idioms section was really useful. :) But then again, I'm a nerd and I like reading dictionaries for fun. I would have put my head through a wall without this book. Instead, I just put my head into a wall several times. ;) It's not the /most/ elaborate dictionary, but considering it's a "compact" version, it was really damn good. Also, the idioms section was really useful. :) But then again, I'm a nerd and I like reading dictionaries for fun.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Marnie S. Angulo Delgado, B.A., CMI

    This resource forms part of my Interpreter/Translator library.

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    Albert Kivak

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    Marnie S. Angulo Delgado, B.A., CMI

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