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The American Heritage® Student Dictionary
by Editors of the American Heritage® Dictionaries

The American Heritage® Student Dictionary
Designed for middle school and early high school students, this new edition leads the market in content, features, and design. Now in full color, it has been completely revised and updated to reflect our changing world, with more than 3,000 new words and senses in all areas of vocabulary. • More than 65,000 boldface entries, thoroughly updated on every page • Bright new full-color design, with 2,000 informative photographs and drawings • Expert usage guidance based on the American Heritage® Usage Panel



Key Features:

• inflected forms
• pronunciations
• parts of speech labels
• etymologies
• clear, accurate definitions
• homophones
• biographical and geographical notes
• notes on usage, word history, and more
• example phrases and definitions
• homographs



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American Heritage® Student Dictionary, The (2003 ed.)

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Sample Entry:

din•go (dng'go) n., pl. din•goes A wild dog of Australia, having a yellowish-brown coat and resembling a wolf.

la•ser (la'zr) n. A device that emits a very narrow and intense beam of light or other radiation of a single wavelength either continuously or in pulses. Its light is used to cut hard substances, remove diseased tissue, and transmit communications signals.