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Tuttle Mini Japanese Dictionary

Japanese-English / English-Japanese

Yuki Shimada Taeko Takeyama

$9.99

Paperback

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Tuttle
01 December 2019
Mini Japanese Dictionary is the most up-to-date Japanese pocket dictionary available. This dictionary is completely up-to-date with the latest vocabulary for IT, smartphones and social media. It is the perfect dictionary to take with you when you travel to Japan for any reason. This powerful pocket reference contains the following essential features:

Bidirectional English-Japanese and Japanese-English sections Covering over 13,000 essential words, idioms, and expressions Japanese words given in Romanised and native script for easy pronunciation Latest computer, Internet, smartphone, and social media terms
By:   Yuki Shimada, Taeko Takeyama
Imprint:   Tuttle
Country of Publication:   Japan
Dimensions:   Height: 102mm,  Width: 76mm, 
ISBN:   9784805314708
ISBN 10:   4805314702
Series:   Tuttle Mini Dictionary
Pages:   384
Publication Date:   01 December 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Yuki Shimada has an M.A. in Japanese Interpreting and Translation from The University of Queensland. Over the last eight years, she has worked as a freelance interpreter in Tokyo assisting with everything from diplomatic and government meetings to television and healthcare.

Reviews for Tuttle Mini Japanese Dictionary: Japanese-English / English-Japanese

For a pocket dictionary, this little guy is amazing! Still small enough to fit in your pocket, but filled with over 13,000 words! It's updated with words for today's technology and includes a basic overview of grammar and pronunciation as well. The first half of the book is a Japanese-English dictionary and the second half is an English-Japanese dictionary. What's truly unique about this dictionary is the letter category and the headwords are in blue. Visually it is very easy to read despite the small print. If a word can have multiple meanings, it includes the contacts and parenthesis - just like a large dictionary. It's hard to keep this little guy on my desk with two Japanese language high school students trying to borrow it every chance they can. For the low price, I might just have to pick each of them up their own to keep mine to myself! --Goodreads


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