The Oxford Picture Dictionary for Russian-English
Pictures convey meaning more clearly than words alone. The Oxford English/Russian Picture Dictionary presents over 3,600 words in both English and Russian, clearly depicted on 168 pages of full-color, contextualized illustrations. Vocabulary is introduced within 140 topics, which range from basics as food, clothing, and shelter to more specific topics such as the space program, occupations, and sports. An English index includes all the vocabulary words with a clear, easy-to-follow pronunciation guide. A second index in Russian is also included. The dictionary can be used at all levels, by all ages, to teach all language skills. With the components, it provides a complete language development program. It's an invaluable resource every student and teacher needs to have. 3,600 words and color pictures, 140 topics (fruits, anatomy, geography, etc.). Cassettes, transparencies, and workbooks available.
Dictionary of Contemporary Russian Abbreviations, Acronyms & Initialisms James F. Shipp, Maks A. Rozenbaum
Based primarily on a Russian-English Dictionary of Abbreviations & Initialisms, James F. Shipp, Translations Research Institute, Philadelphia, 1982; U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C., 1990), this dictionary of approximately 80,000 entries seeks to present a comprehensive collection of Russian abbreviations in use especially since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. The entries are strictly sorted by the case and major components of a given term. The dictionary does not attempt to offer English equivalent expressions and abbreviations. Rather, it is intended to serve as a crucial stepping stone in the translation process, leaving it up to the individual translator to make the best possible use of the information provided. 2005, 950 pages, hardbound.
501 Russian Verbs
Here is a fine quick-reference source for language students, teachers, and translators. The 501 most commonly used Russian verbs are listed in table form, one verb per page, and conjugated in all tenses, identified by English infinitive forms. Verbs are both regular and irregular, and are presented alphabetically for easy reference in the Cyrillic alphabet. Added material related to verbs and verb usage is also presented, including lists of hundreds more regular verbs, idiomatic verb usage, and more.
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.