Al-Mawrid Al-Hadeeth - A Modern Dictionary English-Arabic (2013 Edition)

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9789953636603
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Author:
Munir Baalbaki and Ramzi Baalbaki
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Hardcover
Pages:
1536
Size:
9.8 x 7 x 3 inches
Publication Year:
2012
  • Al-Mawrid Al-Hadeeth - A Modern Dictionary English-Arabic (2013 Edition)
  • Al-Mawrid Al-Hadeeth - A Modern Dictionary English-Arabic (2013 Edition)
  • Al-Mawrid Al-Hadeeth - A Modern Dictionary English-Arabic (2013 Edition)
  • Al-Mawrid Al-Hadeeth - A Modern Dictionary English-Arabic (2013 Edition)
  • Al-Mawrid Al-Hadeeth - A Modern Dictionary English-Arabic (2013 Edition)
  • Al-Mawrid Al-Hadeeth - A Modern Dictionary English-Arabic (2013 Edition)
  • Al-Mawrid Al-Hadeeth - A Modern Dictionary English-Arabic (2013 Edition)
  • Al-Mawrid Al-Hadeeth - A Modern Dictionary English-Arabic (2013 Edition)
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Al-Mawrid Al-Hadeeth 2013: A Modern English-Arabic Dictionary
Munir Baalbaki and Ramzi Baalbaki 

Al-Mawrid Al-Hadeeth is the foremost English-Arabic dictionary, which has become a household name in the Arab world. It is a fully updated version of al-Mawrid, embracing thousands of new entries, new meanings of earlier vocabulary, and a host of idiomatic expressions. Famous for its precision of Arabic equivalents to English words, including scientific terms from various disciplines, Al-Mawrid al-Hadeeth continues to be the most authoritative and widely used English-Arabic dictionary. Biography about the author “Dr. Ramzi Baalbaki”: Ramzi Baalbaki is currently the Jewett Professor of Arabic in the Department of Arabic, American University of Beirut. He earned his BA and MA in Arabic language and literature from AUB and completed his PhD in Arabic grammar and comparative semitics from the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London. Baalbaki has served as a visiting scholar at the Universities of Cambridge, Chicago, and Georgetown. He has published extensively on Arabic grammar, philology and linguistics. In 2010, he was awarded the King Faisal International Prize for his contribution, particularly in the study of the history of Arabic grammar. 

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