Oxford Study Italian Dictionary by Dino Bressan, Patrick Glennan


Oxford Study Italian Dictionary by Dino Bressan, Patrick Glennan

*Colour headwords and virtual alphabet tabs, alphabet strip on every page for easy navigation *Clear examples show the words in context *Help with grammar *Expressions and idioms highlighted *Masculine and feminine forms given clearly *Introduction on how to use the dictionary

About the Author

Dino Bressan is an author and Senior Lecturer in Italian at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Patrick Glennan teaches Italian at the University of Melbourne and has collaborated on compilation of an Italian dictionary for a major Italian publisher.

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732 pages


Dino Bressan, Patrick Glennan
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Publication date

7th September 2006



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