Uses of subject dictionaries , Humanities

Subject Dictionaries

They include words, expressions, phrases, and technical terms of a particular subject: 

Some of these are technical and so they do not find place in general language dictionaries. They are utilized by the subject specialists and students. The interlingual subject dictionaries are good sources of information for the translators and subject
experts.

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