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the dictionary of contrast, classification, comparism, characterstics

English translation: Dictionary, Synonyms & Antonyms, Thesaurus

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13:22 Jun 23, 2004
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Social Sciences - Education / Pedagogy
English term or phrase: the dictionary of contrast, classification, comparism, characterstics
logical definitions of dictionary, the dictionary of classification,comparism and contrast
Mekonnen Tamene
English translation:Dictionary, Synonyms & Antonyms, Thesaurus
Explanation:
The Dictionary > Diction > Choice and use of words in speech or writing. Degree of clarity and distinctness of pronunciation in speech or singing; enunciation.[Middle English diccion, a saying, word, from Old French, from Latin dicti, dictin-, rhetorical delivery, from dictus, past participle of dcere, to say, speak; see deik- in Indo-European roots.]
Contrast: Antonyms
Classification:Synonyms
Comparison & Characterstics: Thesaurus
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Ramesh Madhavan
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Dictionary, Synonyms & Antonyms, Thesaurus


Explanation:
The Dictionary > Diction > Choice and use of words in speech or writing. Degree of clarity and distinctness of pronunciation in speech or singing; enunciation.[Middle English diccion, a saying, word, from Old French, from Latin dicti, dictin-, rhetorical delivery, from dictus, past participle of dcere, to say, speak; see deik- in Indo-European roots.]
Contrast: Antonyms
Classification:Synonyms
Comparison & Characterstics: Thesaurus

Ramesh Madhavan
Local time: 21:44
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in TamilTamil
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