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Since 1949, The Oxford Classical Dictionary has served students and scholars as the unrivalled single-source reference for a rich study of the Greco-Roman world. Yet as the field of Classics has evolved, the need for trusted, online resources adaptive to changes in scholarship has evolved as well. More about Exploration >
The Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary is founded on a passion for the English language, and a detailed understanding of how people learn English. First published in 1948, it introduced a ground-breaking approach—replacing complex dictionary definitions with simple, clear explanations tailored to the needs of language learners. More about Passion >
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