Oxford Student's Science Dictionary with Arabic Words: Secondary: Oxford Student's Science Dictionary with Arabic Words by Chris Prescott
  

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Oxford Student's Science Dictionary with Arabic Words: Secondary: Oxford Student's Science Dictionary with Arabic Words by Chris Prescott

The Oxford Student's Science Dictionary with Arabic Words gives comprehensive coverage of the key scientific terminology that students in secondary school need for their examinations. The dictionary contains over 1000 scientific words and phrases in alphabetical order, with related words and Arabic translations listed under each headword. There are feature panels on key topics such as electricity, classification, metals, and the periodic table, all fully supported by 2-colour diagrams and illustrations. Clear, accessible definitions and cross referencing give full clarity to complex scientific entries. It is the ideal companion to the Oxford Student's Mathematics Dictionary with Arabic Words. Downloadable learning resources, activities, puzzles, and much more are available for additional online support at www.oup.com/eme

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Mixed media product
312 pages

Author

Chris Prescott
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

17th October 2013

ISBN

9780192737076


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