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  • n. Plural form of phrasebook.

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Examples

  • When I was young and travelling around the world, I became interested in phrasebooks for the various countries.

    September 2005

  • One of the things that separates grammars from phrasebooks is that grammars simply tell you how to say things; phrasebooks suggest things you might want to say.

    September 2005

  • Gypsy Scholar has a hilarious post on the prominence of postillions in phrasebooks. posted by Dr. Richard Scott Nokes at 7: 44 AM

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • Gypsy Scholar has a hilarious post on the prominence of postillions in phrasebooks.

    September 2005

  • Now, I'm not stating that the phrasebooks are the real culprit here.

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  • Starting out as a bookshop for travellers, the shops are primarily arranged geographically, so that travel guides and phrasebooks sit alongside all the travel writing and biography, history and politics, fiction and poetry titles on a particular country.

    Independent bookshops in London

  • Teach-yourself-English phrasebooks nestled among handbooks of archaic tongues like PASCAL and BASIC and COBAL; and, for reasons I never divined, copy after yellowing copy of The Journal of Heat Transfer.

    Day of Honey

  • « Of phrasebooks, battleship lieutenants and lightning-struck postillions |

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  • Of phrasebooks, battleship lieutenants and lightning-struck postillions

    Of phrasebooks, battleship lieutenants and lightning-struck postillions

  • Peter Harvey, linguist: Of phrasebooks, battleship lieutenants and lightning-struck postillions

    Of phrasebooks, battleship lieutenants and lightning-struck postillions

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