Series: Langenscheidt's Standard Dictionaries

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Langenscheidt's Standard French Dictionary by Kenneth Urwin
Langenscheidt's Standard German Dictionary by Langenscheidt Publishers

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  1. Langenscheidt's Universal German Dictionary: German-English English-German by Holger Freese (1957)
  2. Collins French Dictionary by HarperCollins (1982)
  3. 501 German Verbs by Henry Strutz (1972)
  4. Cassell's Standard French Dictionary by Denis Girard (1903)
  5. Langenscheidt New College German Dictionary: German-English - English German Thumb-indexed by Langenscheidt Publishers (1973)
  6. Bantam New College French/English Dictionary by Roger Steiner (1972)
  7. Collins German Dictionary by Peter Terrell (1953)
  8. Oxford-Duden German Dictionary: German-English / English-German by O. Thyen (1990)
  9. Langenscheidt Standard Italian Dictionary: Italian-English, English-Italian (Langenscheidt Standard Dictionaries) by Robert C. Melzi (1990)
  10. The new Cassell's German dictionary, German-English, English-German by Harold T. Betteridge (1965)
  11. Collins Pocket French Dictionary by HarperCollins (1985)
  12. Mansion's shorter French and English dictionary by Jean Edmond Mansion (1940)
  13. Langenscheidt’s German-English English-German Dictionary by Langenscheidt Publishers (1962)
  14. Scheisse: The Real German You Were Never Taught in School by Gertrude Besserwisser (1994)
  15. The Firefly FRENCH/ENGLISH Visual Dictionary by Jean-Claude Corbeil (2004)

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