Collins Spanish Dictionary Gem Edition (ST)

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A portable, up-to-the-minute Spanish dictionary. This latest mini edition comes with all the new and current words in Spanish and English plus handy links to Spanish verb tables. Its small, compact size makes it the perfect choice for travellers, students and business people. Comes with an essential travel phrasefinder and menu reader.

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Collins Spanish Dictionary Gem Edition (ST)

Collins Spanish Dictionary Gem Edition (ST)

A portable, up-to-the-minute Spanish dictionary. This latest mini edition comes with all the new and current words in Spanish and English plus handy links to Spanish verb tables. Its small, compact size makes it the perfect choice for travellers, students and business people. Comes with an essential travel phrasefinder and menu reader.

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