Polish thesaurus on line?
Thread poster: Joanna Carroll

Joanna Carroll  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
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Apr 23, 2003

Does anyone know if a Polish thesaurus is available on line? I would be grateful for any information. Thank you.

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PAS  Identity Verified
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Zacny link Apr 24, 2003

Tezaurus i s-ka:



http://slowniki.onet.pl/?tr=pol-tez


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Andrzej Lejman  Identity Verified
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Zobacz Apr 24, 2003

tu:

http://slowniki.onet.pl/



Pozdrawiam

Andrzej


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Joanna Carroll  Identity Verified
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Dziekuje Apr 24, 2003

O to wlasnie mi chodzilo.

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Magda Dziadosz  Identity Verified
Poland
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s¹ jeszcze s³owniki PWN Apr 24, 2003

S³ownik Jêzyka Polskiego,

S³ownik ortograficzny,

S³ownik wyrazów obcych,

no i Encyklopedia PWN.



A jak i tam nie znajdziesz, to mo¿na zadaæ pytanie w Poradni jêzykowej PWN.





Magda


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