Special dictionaries, Humanities

Special Dictionaries

The dictionaries, which are compiled for a special purpose or aspects of a language, are called special dictionaries. Most of these aspects of words, which are separately dealt with in special dictionaries; are also covered in general dictionaries. Hence, they are sometimes known as supplementary wordbooks. They deal with the special aspects of the words much more comprehensively than the general dictionaries. There are numerous forms and varieties of specialised dictionaries. Here, they are divided into three groups according to their content and scope.

1699_special dictionaries.png

Posted Date: 10/31/2012 6:51:11 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Special dictionaries, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Special dictionaries, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Special dictionaries Discussions

Write discussion on Special dictionaries
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
The important information that needs to be obtained from the laboratory studies will enable us to evaluate if it is possible to reproduce the process in the larger scale vessel. In

What is Ageing and Health- ? Please provide me report on Ageing and Health . It is about 2000 words count report on topic Ageing and Health . Ageing and Health- Ageing, irre

International Yearbooks - General International yearbooks of a general nature are very handy, authentic and reliable manuals of descriptive and statistical information about e

In Civilization and its Discontents, Sigmund Freud argues that civilization is actually an obstruction towards humanity attaining happiness. (a)    Identify the main aspects of F

why did the government lie about the holocaust

CHARACTERISTICS OF DIVISION (DEPARTMENTATION)   The process of grouping related work activities into manageable units is known as departmentation. The purpose of departmentatio

"Though the birds sang in the Unebi Mountain ;/ None passed by who even looked like my wife./ I could only call her name and wave my sleeve ." ( Man'yoshu ) Speaker: From th

HOW MUCH IMPACT DID THE WAR HAVE ON SOCIAL ATTITUDES IN BRITAIN, 1914-c1920?

In contrast, English people encountering each other by chance were typically reserved,  from  fear  that a casual acquaintance - struck up when  travelling abroad for instance - wo

Tracing   Tracing is a separate paragraph. This is the last paragraph in the Main Entry of a Dictionary Catalogue., This part traces the additional entries that are provided fo