Series: Larousse Pocket Dictionaries

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Larousse Pocket Dictionary: French-English/English-French by Larousse
Larousse Pocket Dictionary: Portuguese-English/English-Portuguese by Larousse
Larousse Pocket Dictionary: Spanish-English/English-Spanish by Larousse

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  1. 501 Spanish Verbs by Christopher Kendris (1971)
  2. Webster's New World Pocket Dictionary by Jonathan L. Goldman (1964)
  3. Langenscheidt's pocket Russian dictionary : Russian-English, English-Russian by Langenscheidt Publishers (1969)
  4. Langenscheidt's Pocket French Dictionary by The Langenscheidt Editorial Staff (1992)
  5. Collins-Robert French-English, English-French Dictionary by HarperCollins (1978)
  6. Le Robert Micro: Dictionnaire de la Langue Francaise Edition Poche by Paul Robert (1988)
  7. Langenscheidt New College German Dictionary: German-English - English German Thumb-indexed by Langenscheidt Publishers (1973)
  8. Larousse Concise Dictionary: French-English/English-French by Larousse (1993)
  9. Berlitz Danish-English Dictionary / Engelsk-Dansk Ordbog by Berlitz Guides (1974)
  10. Collins German Concise Dictionary by HarperCollins (1992)
  11. Essential Portuguese Grammar by Alexander da R. Prista (1966)
  12. Cassell's Standard French Dictionary by Denis Girard (1903)
  13. Larousse French English Dictionary by Larousse (1954)
  14. Diccionario de sinonimos, antonimos, e ideas afines (Spanish Edition) by Editors of Larousse (Mexico) (2000)
  15. Collins Portuguese Concise Dictionary 2e (HarperCollins Concise Dictionaries) (English and Portuguese Edition) by Harpercollins Publishers (1991)

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