Langenscheidt New College German Dictionary
This standard bilingual dictionary is designed to deliver language essentials without compromising ease of use. Definitions, syllabification, pronunciation, and noun and verb forms are presented in a large and easy-to-read typeface, all in clear symbols with subject and usage labels. At 1420 pages and 220,000 entries this sturdy hardcover dictionary
is a wealth of information and a valuable tool for students, corporations, and reference libraries.
Wiley's German Business Dictionary
This bi-directional dictionary of business terms seeks to provide the user with the most up-to-date terminology used in international business. The idea behind the creation of this dictionary was to offer a practical tool of manageable length and ease-of-use, rather than a major "unabridged" reference work. The criterion for the inclusion of a given term was the frequency of occurrence in the actual use of that term in international business dealings. The exclusion of infrequently-used terms should greatly facilitate the user's search for everyday terms and expressions. Compiled by native German speakers who have taught business German for more than twenty years, this unique bilingual dictionary is an invaluable tool for business success. Authoritative and easy-to-use, it contains: 16,000 English-German, German-English business words and phrases; essential terms used in all aspects of international business: economics, banking and finance, management, marketing, accounting, and statisticd; quick access to the terms now required for doing business internationally; and clear, concise translations that make it easy to absorb new words and phrases, and to use them with complete confidence.
2001 German and English Idioms
Over 2,000 useful German idioms are explained in this handy phrase book. Two separate alphabetical listings give definitions in German-to-English, and English-to-German. The definition of each idiom is followed by an illustrative sentence in both languages. Bilingual appendices touch on irregular verbs, standard abbreviations, and related language topics.
501 German Verbs
From ächzen (to groan) to ziehen (to pull), 501 of the most commonly used German verbs are presented alphabetically with translations. The arrangement is one verb per page in easy to comprehend table form. Each verb is listed with its principal parts and followed by complete conjugation in all tenses. Additional material includes tables of strong verbs arranged according to pattern of change, and a section on prefix verbs and model auxiliaries. An added feature in this edition is a set of 27 verb tests with answers explained. Language students will also find weather expressions as they are used with impersonal verbs, a selection of German idioms and proverbs, and a concise review of rules for verb tenses and moods. This book, with its emphasis on grammatical form, makes a fine classroom supplement for beginner, intermediate, and advanced courses in German.
Music Translation Dictionary An English, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish Vocabulary of Musical Terms
Contains 1,300 musical terms, computer registered, in 13 languages. The terms were gathered from 113 lexicons and dictionaries for the languages involved. Main entries are offered in English with other languages following in each case, including Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Swedish. A one-alphabet index (including all languages) makes reference to the English entry.