Article: New English-Polish and Polish-English Dictionaries: Some Problems Related to Legal, Financi
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LilianNekipelov  Identity Verified
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Well, I personally think Jan 16, 2014

the Oxford options are much better--up to date, and they sound natural. You can never rely on any dictionary 100%-- perhaps 40. Useful information.

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