DICTIONARY

dictionary

名詞
  • ja

    辞書、辞典

    Globify による定義
  • en

    a reference source containing words usually alphabetically arranged with information about their forms, pronunciations, functions, etymologies, meanings, and syntactic and idiomatic uses

    Globify による定義
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Jake! I found a book.
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It's a dictionary.
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I got that dictionary when I first came to this country.
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Whenever I didn't know a word, I would look it up, and highlight it with a marker.
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The dictionary defines "superlative" as "of the highest kind, quality, or order,
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surpassing all else or others, supreme.
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So I have a gift for you because you said you learned English watching me.
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So I have the Ellen DeGeneres Dictionary.
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More importantly, if there's a word or character that you don't know or can't understand,
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you can just take out your dictionary and draw it in.
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Every year, about 1,000 new words are added to the Oxford English Dictionary.
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Where do they come from, and how do they make it into our everyday lives?
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What do you mean, "fake"?
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As in not real, something that is not genuine, a forgery or sham.
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Did you just read that out of a dictionary?
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So for you guys,
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we have the Pocket Oxford American Dictionary and Thesaurus.