Seiko Concise Oxford

Seiko Oxford Dictionary

Dictionaries & EncyclopediasSeiko Dictionaries and Encyclopedia's are easy to use and great for all ages. For general interest, study or simply solving word games, we have a product that is just right for you. With data licenced from Oxford University Press and Encyclopaedia Britannica, you can be assured that these high quality products will be a great asset for you and your family for many years to come.

£ 59.99

This new electronic dictionary contains the full contents of both the Concise Oxford Dictionary and the Concise Oxford Thesaurus in one compact and easy to use product. Also included in this new model is the Oxford Concise Encyclopedia with over 12, 000 entries including coverage of science, technology, sports, geography, architecture, and many more, as well as concise biographies of internationally famous world figures. Learn More

£ 119.99

This NEW electronic version of the Britannica Concise Encyclopedia is the ultimate pocket sized reference library, perfect for home, school or office. With more than 25, 000 articles prepared by the editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica, it covers nearly every field of human knowledge: history, geography, world affairs, the sciences, religion, sports, entertainment, technology and the arts. It also contains the full contents of the Concise Oxford Dictionary, Concise Oxford Thesaurus, Oxford Concise Dictionary of Quotations, and the Oxford Dictionary of English Idioms.
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