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Does the Library have a German dictionary and where is it?

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The Library has a variety of German dictionaries, in both print and e.  Shelf locations and the electronic links are indicated on the Rhodes University Library catalogue (OPAC). Thus please search the OPAC and do a keyword search on german dictionary. Alternatively you may do a subject search on: German language dictionaries.


Print: German dictionary and grammar    Level 3, Humanities & Education Reference books,       433 GER

e:The concise Oxford-Duden German dictionary [electronic resource] : English-German / Edited by Michael Clark and Olaf Thyen

[Oxford] : Oxford University Press, 2005.

3rd ed.

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