Arabic – English Dictionary Wortabet's


This book,” Arabic – English Dictionary  Wortabet's” , is authored by William Thomson Wortabet, in which it consists of eight hundred and sixteen pages, containing more than forty thousand words, this book is a well-documented reference. This book was also co-authored and edited by Dr. John Wortabet and Dr. Hervey Porter.

This dictionary is one of the most accurate books that known in this field, so it came as a reliable reference in its accuracy, that cannot be dispensed whether you are a student or translator or an English language writer
The "Library of Lebanon" management decided to pick this valuable book and to show it for the Arab world , where English students increase day after another, this fourth edition of this precious book in the memory of departure of its noble author, and a service for the youth, hoping to fill a gap or make a difference

The English-Arabic Dictionary of Wortabet's begins with a list of abbreviations that help the student and the researcher understand the word more. The following abbreviations are examples from what has been mentioned in the book :

Abrr.  Means Abbreviated
Adj.   Means  adjective
Arith. Means Arithmetic
Bot. Means Botany
Cor.  Means Coram
Eng. Means Engineering
Pr Means  Preposition
Mil. Means Military
Nav. Means Navy
Opp. Means opposed or opposite to
Intr.  Means Intransitive
Turk. Means Turkish
Ital.  Means Italy




For the ease of searching in this book .The book has been arranged in the order of the characters of the Arabic language, and the first word of each page was placed in the corner on the right at the top, as well as the last word of each page in the corner Page on the left at the top. For example, page 5 begins with the word "brother." This word is placed at the top of the corner from the top on the right. This page ends with the word "if" and is placed at the top of the corner on the left.
And from the words in this book "Arabic Dictionary - English Dictionary Wortabet's":

" أَرْضُ ج أَرْضُونَ و أَرَاضٍ " mentioned as following : Earth , terrestrial globe ; soil , land , ground ; country .
" إسٌّ وَأُسٌّ وأَسَاسٌ ج إسَاسٌ وأُسُسٌ " mentioned as following:   Base , foundation , trace , cause .
" تَأكَّدَ " mentioned as following: to be strengthened ; to be assured ; to be confirmed .
" أَلَتَ يَأْلِتُ أَلْتاً " mentioned as following: to decrease , degenerate , become incomplete . To cause to decrease or become less . To cause to swear .




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This book,” Arabic – English Dictionary  Wortabet's” , is authored by William Thomson Wortabet, in which it consists of eight hundred and sixteen pages, containing more than forty thousand words, this book is a well-documented reference. This book was also co-authored and edited by Dr. John Wortabet and Dr. Hervey Porter.

This dictionary is one of the most accurate books that known in this field, so it came as a reliable reference in its accuracy, that cannot be dispensed whether you are a student or translator or an English language writer
The "Library of Lebanon" management decided to pick this valuable book and to show it for the Arab world , where English students increase day after another, this fourth edition of this precious book in the memory of departure of its noble author, and a service for the youth, hoping to fill a gap or make a difference

The English-Arabic Dictionary of Wortabet's begins with a list of abbreviations that help the student and the researcher understand the word more. The following abbreviations are examples from what has been mentioned in the book :

Abrr.  Means Abbreviated
Adj.   Means  adjective
Arith. Means Arithmetic
Bot. Means Botany
Cor.  Means Coram
Eng. Means Engineering
Pr Means  Preposition
Mil. Means Military
Nav. Means Navy
Opp. Means opposed or opposite to
Intr.  Means Intransitive
Turk. Means Turkish
Ital.  Means Italy




For the ease of searching in this book .The book has been arranged in the order of the characters of the Arabic language, and the first word of each page was placed in the corner on the right at the top, as well as the last word of each page in the corner Page on the left at the top. For example, page 5 begins with the word "brother." This word is placed at the top of the corner from the top on the right. This page ends with the word "if" and is placed at the top of the corner on the left.
And from the words in this book "Arabic Dictionary - English Dictionary Wortabet's":

" أَرْضُ ج أَرْضُونَ و أَرَاضٍ " mentioned as following : Earth , terrestrial globe ; soil , land , ground ; country .
" إسٌّ وَأُسٌّ وأَسَاسٌ ج إسَاسٌ وأُسُسٌ " mentioned as following:   Base , foundation , trace , cause .
" تَأكَّدَ " mentioned as following: to be strengthened ; to be assured ; to be confirmed .
" أَلَتَ يَأْلِتُ أَلْتاً " mentioned as following: to decrease , degenerate , become incomplete . To cause to decrease or become less . To cause to swear .




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