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Fuzambo's Comprehensive English-Japanese Dictionary

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$65.00 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674289482

Publication Date: 01/01/1942

1855 pages


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The present edition of this famous dictionary has been reproduced by offset-lithography from the 140th Japanese edition, which was published in 1939. It includes 141,200 words, 33,000 compounds, and 46,500 examples. Although the choice of words was based on the Concise Oxford Dictionary and on Funk & Wagnalls Practical Standard Dictionary, many additional words as well as personal and geographical names were included.

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