This dictionary aims to help users to find the most appropriate word to use on a wide range of occasions. It is designed in particular for students, those writing reports, letters and speeches, and crossword solvers, but is also useful as a general word reference. Special features include: an alphabetical A-Z listing; numbered senses for words with more than one meaning; British and American variants; and specially marked colloquial uses.For example this phrase from an erratum added to a 2000 A level English paper ( OCR) ran: aquot;If this is the case then you can ignore the rest of this notice. ... for any sentimental behaviour or pronouncement. trademark If a word is a trademark, such as Coca-Cola, Jaguar or Zanussi, it must ... Some trademark owners are notoriously litigious and may seek redress if their name is taken in vain. transitive Seeanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Wordsworth Dictionary of Modern English Grammar|
|Publisher||:||Wordsworth Editions - 2001-01-01|