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a dictionary that has not been shortened by the omitting terms or definitions

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Some practical requirements of literary translation are almost self-evident: a working knowledge of the source language; an excellent command of the second language; an unabridged dictionary and a good thesaurus in each.
107) The entire English lexicon is estimated to be about four million words, (108) yet even an unabridged dictionary might contain only 450,000 of them.
Presenting a new edition of Uncle Sid's Unabridged Dictionary for Prospective Home Buyers, also known as "How to Read the Real Estate Come-ons" - just in time for the coming resurgence in the housing market.
Random House Webster's Unabridged Dictionary (Random House, 2001) defines research as "a diligent and systematic inquiry or investigation into a subject in order to discover or revise facts, theories, applications, etc.
The definition of "spirit" in Webster's Unabridged Dictionary is the breath of life--a breath or vapor that animates the soul of man.
Internet source Wikipedia calls it "the Latin spelling for the ancient Greek word for beer or ale", while Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary proclaims zythum as "a kind of beer, so called by the Egyptians; a kind of ancient malt beverage, a liquor made from malt and wheat".
A search of the Oxford English Dictionary reveals Hemingway as the first cited author for ten taurine terms used in Spanish in Death in the Afternoon; nevertheless, none of the ten has been accepted by Webster S Unabridged Dictionary, unlike the case of other unassimilated loan words from Spanish to English, e.
According to the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, a deliverable is ``something that can be done,'' especially ``something that is a realistic expectation.
According to Random House Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, Second Ed.
Webster's Unabridged Dictionary defines digestion as, "to change food in the mouth, stomach, and intestines by the action of gastric and intestinal juices, enzymes, and bacteria so that it can be absorbed by the body.
Hall's domination of production of the metal ensured that the spelling aluminum became the standard in North America, even though the Webster Unabridged Dictionary of 1913 continued to use the -ium version.
The Random House Unabridged Dictionary (1993) defines adolescence as "the transitional period between puberty and adulthood in human development, extending mainly over the teen years and terminating legally when the age of majority is reached" (p.
Other readers glancing nervously at their unabridged dictionary after reading that sentence might never proceed to the subsequent pages of more rational advice about looking at problems from various perspectives (as creative geniuses do).
Webster's unabridged dictionary (1926) recorded the confection definition, but under crackajack; the Funk & Wagnalls New Standard Dictionary of the English Language (1913), however, defined the confection under crackerjack, and so did the OED (1933).
The unabridged dictionary I consulted merely says, "made entirely of wood.