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Ernst or Langenscheidt??
Thread poster: xxxprozuser
xxxprozuser
German to English
Feb 11, 2006

There is no question that the Ernst is a good technical dictionary. I have used it myself. However, I would seriously want to know how it compares with the Langenscheidt's Fachwörterbuch?? If I were to invest in only one of these, which one should I go in for?? The Ernst (the updated one)or the Langenscheidt one??

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mmeier
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German to English
Ernst or Langenscheidt? Feb 13, 2006

I use the updated Ernst on CD and absolutely love it! Compared to Langenscheidt, I seem to find many more terms in Ernst and would highly recommend it.

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