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NTC's Compact Russian and English Dictionary by L. P. Popova

NTC's Compact Russian and English Dictionary


NTC's Compact Russian and English Dictionary by L. P. Popova

For learners who need the vocabulary most often used in conversation, this compact dictionary offers over 10,000 main entries for each language. Large, readable type. Also includes handy reference aids.

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Publication date

1st November 1993


L. P. Popova

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NTC Publishing Group,U.S.


448 pages


Bilingual & multilingual dictionaries



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