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Different Types of Dictionaries

Though dictionaries are defined as reference books consisting of words and phrases, they cover almost every field of interest. We have a wide range and variety of dictionaries. They are divided into various different categories according to their nature and scope of contents. Usually, librarians categorise them into the following four groups as it facilitates them in the organisation of the reference collection.

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