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You can find a dictionary by searching the Online Library Catalog.
We have several dictionaries available, both in print and ebook format. Some dictionaries are general such as:
- "Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary"
- "Webster's Third New International Dictionary of the English Language Unabridged" editor in chief: Philip Babcock Gove and the Merriam-Webster editorial staff (library use only)
While other dictionaries are more subject or language specific such as:
- "Collins Greek-English Dictionary" [electronic resource] senior editors: Sotirios Tsioris and Frances Illingworth; contributors: Paraskevi Brunson and Frances Illingworth
- "A Dictionary of Literary Terms and Literary Theory" by J.A. Cuddon; revised by M.A.R. Habib; associate editors,: Matthew Birchwood ... [et al.] (library use only)
- "Dictionary of Policing" [electronic resource] edited by Tim Newburn and Peter Neyroud
- "Dictionary of Information Science and Technology" [electronic resource] edited by Mehdi Khosrow-Pour(library use only)
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