Cambridge Dictionary of American English by Sidney I. LandauThe authoritative guide to American English as its really used today. Based on the Cambridge International Corpus, a database that includes more than 200 million words of spoken and written American English, the paperback edition contains more than 40,000 definitions of words and phrases. Entries are organized by meaning, and words with more than one meaning are clearly marked with a boxed guideword, so theres no guesswork involved in finding the right entry. Definitions are written using a carefully controlled 2,000-word defining vocabulary, so they are clear and easy to understand. The dictionary also includes coverage of important Canadian and British words and meanings.
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The Cambridge Essential American English Dictionary is ideal for learners of English who want to build confidence in using an English-only dictionary. It has the words, phrases, and collocations that beginning learners of American English need to know, with easy-to-understand definitions and audio pronunciations, and thousands of carefully chosen example sentences from the Cambridge English Corpus. Chief editor Colin McIntosh. Chief US editor Wendalyn Nichols. Weighed down or perking up? Phrasal verbs to express emotions, part 1. Cambridge Dictionary Plus My profile How to
Get clear grammar explanations with hundreds of examples of how grammar is used in natural written and spoken English. Browse the English Grammar a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z Or, browse the Cambridge Dictionary index. Adapted from English Grammar Today , the English Grammar provides authentic examples of the way in which grammar is used in real-life situations, including standard and non-standard varieties of English. Weighed down or perking up? Phrasal verbs to express emotions, part 1.