British English Dictioinaries

Subject: British English Dictioinaries
From: Stan Radomski <radomski -at- PUBS16 -dot- SI -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 27 Jun 1996 14:52:14 -0400


This question is really for all my colleagues across the puddle (and those
to the north and down under may also have some valid information)...

What dictionaries do you use other than the OED? I believe there is also
a Concise Oxford which would probably fit our needs but I'm not sure what
else may be available and valid.

Also, do you know if these are available electronically? I'll be contacting
some of the people that make 'em but I always like to have a little
knowledge so my questions don't seem completely foolish.


radomski -at- si -dot- com

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