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This up-to-date, general purpose thesaurus offers over 300,000 synonyms and antonyms. Includes a centre section containing thematic lists, for example of animals, games, and tools, designed to help you broaden your vocabulary, improve your general knowledge, and solve quizzes and puzzles.
Covering over 10,000 idioms and collocations characterized by similarity in their wording or metaphorical idea which do not show corresponding similarity in their meanings, this dictionary presents a unique cross-section of the English language. Though it is designed specifically to assist readers in avoiding the use of inappropriate or erroneous phrases, the book can also be used as a regular phraseological dictionary providing definitions to individual idioms, cliches, and set expressions. Most phrases included in the dictionary are in active current use, making information about their meanings and usage essential to language learners at all levels of proficiency.
This is a major new edition of the Little Oxford Thesaurus offering the most accurate and up-to-date coverage of essential vocabulary for all your writing needs. It provides 140,000 alternative and opposite words, and gives the closest and most frequently used synonyms first, making the thesaurus quick and easy to use. Thousands of real examples of usage from the Oxford English Corpus show synonyms in context and help you to identify the correct sense. A brand-new Wordfinder centre section provides lists of extra words eg. types of food, clothes, transport and more, and helps you to expand your vocabulary. The Little Oxford Thesaurus is perfect for word games and for anyone who wants to increase their vocabulary or improve their writing skills. Its robust and durable format make it ideal for use at home, school, and the office.
Roget's Thesaurus is the world's most famous and trusted word-finder. First published in 1852, it has now sold over 32 million copies worldwide and has become the indispensable desk companion for generations of speakers and writers of English. It is essential for anyone who wants to improve their command, creative use and enjoyment of English, and is perfect for composing speeches, or for writing all manner of prose and poetry. It remains, definitively, a writer's best friend.
The home of trusted English dictionaries and thesaurses for everyday language use. All the words you need, every day: the perfect word reference for daily use with 300,000 synonyms and antonyms in a durable format. With practical usage notes, and a fantastic supplement, this is the ideal thesaurus to take your language use and knowledge further. Specially tailored to meet the needs of the user at home, school, or in the office, this thesaurus has all the words and alternatives the user might need, as well as a huge choice of opposites. The clear, accessible layout makes it easy to use and ensures users can find the language they need when they need it. This edition also includes a 16-page crossword-solving supplement.
The home of trusted English dictionaries and thesaurses for everyday language use. The perfect word reference for daily use with 300,000 synonyms and antonyms. Contains practical usage notes, and a fantastic crossword-solving supplement, this is the ideal thesaurus to take your language use and knowledge further. Specially tailored to meet the needs of the user at home, school, or in the office, with all the words and alternatives you might need, as well as a huge choice of opposites. The clear, accessible layout makes the thesaurus easy to use and ensures users can find the language they need when they need it.
Let's be clear: author Ethan Jenkins isn't campaigning for the total eradication of the word cute. He just hopes to provide readers with some equally cute alternatives. In a slight deviation to the format of Roget's Thesaurus (the synonymic authority since 1851), this book is ablaze with illustrations of unicorns, rainbows and anything pink. If only there was some short, punchy and universal word to describe this particular style of design... Maybe winsome or darling? Dainty or precious? Time to open up The Cute Thesaurus. The word cute - a shortened form of acute , meaning shrewd or clever - first appeared in the English language in 1731. Near-300 years ago, it was a far cry from the etymological chameleon we know today. Now cute is blurted out in so many contexts, its impact has become forever diluted. On any given day, one might find themselves saying: this baby is so cuuute I simply cannot! , I think that bartenders kind of cute or don't play cute with me. If you're guilty of using any (or all) of these regularly, this book will help to claim back your vocabulary. If it's a friend or family member who needs an articulation intervention, let this essential reading be the first step on their road to recovery.
Synonyme sind Ausdrucke, die eine gleiche oder ahnliche Bedeutung haben. In diesem Worterbuch sind mehr als 150.000 Stichworter enthalten. Damit finden Sie immer das passende Wort und vermeiden unschone Wortwiederholungen. Die Wrter sind alphabetisch sortiert und in entsprechende Kapitel unterteilt. Am einfachsten ist es aber die Suchfunktion zu nutzen um Synonyme zu finden.
1911 edition of the classic reference book.According to Wikipedia: "e;Roget's Thesaurus is a widely used English language thesaurus, created by Dr. Peter Mark Roget (1779-1869) in 1805 and released to the public on 29 April 1852. The original edition had 15,000 words, and each new edition has been larger... Roget's Thesaurus is composed of six primary classes. Each class is composed of multiple divisions and then sections. This may be conceptualized as a tree containing over a thousand branches for individual "e;meaning clusters"e; or semantically linked words. These words are not exactly synonyms, but can be viewed as colours or connotations of a meaning or as a spectrum of a concept. One of the most general words is chosen to typify the spectrum as its headword, which labels the whole group. Roget's schema of classes and their subdivisions is based on the philosophical work of Leibniz (see Leibniz-Symbolic thought), itself following a long tradition of epistemological work starting with Aristotle. Some of Aristotle's Categories are included in Roget's first class "e;abstract relations"e;.