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  • Author:
    Mounir Baalbaki,Dr. Rouhi Baalbaki
  • ISBN:
    9953902321
  • ISBN13:
    978-9953902326
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    Dar el-Ilm Lilmalayin (April 2002)
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Baalbaki's most useful Arabic-English & English-Arabic dictionary authorship to date

Baalbaki's most useful Arabic-English & English-Arabic dictionary authorship to date. Note that it contains arabic words from many dialects of the Arab world and for a linguist it is expansive enough for transcriptions and translation work. This item: Al-Mawrid Al-Qareeb, A Pocket Arabic-English and English-Arabic Dictionary. Customers who viewed this item also viewed.

The dictionary displays the root word as it correctly provides the conjugated word in context with the corresponding subject. Also, the dictionary is arranged from Left to Right in English and Right to Left in Arabic. This makes it easy for coordinating pages. The only qualm I had was that it was damaged when I received it, but the pros EASILY outweigh the cons in this purchase.

by Dr. Rohi Baalbaki.

Al-Mawrid â A Modern Arabic â English Dictionary. Authoritative and probably the most popular Arabic bilingual dictionary. Unlike conventional Arabic dictionaries, this is arranged alphabetically for ease of use by those not knowing the root letters.

This intermediate Al-Mawrid English to Arabic dictionary is a comprehensive reference tool perfect for high school and university students worldwide.

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Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Al-mawrid Al-mouzdawij English-Arabic & Arabic-English Dictionary by Rouhi . Professor Ramzi Baalbaki, Rouhi Baalbaki, Mounir Baalbaki. Place of Publication. Bilingual Dictionaries.

Professor Ramzi Baalbaki, Rouhi Baalbaki, Mounir Baalbaki.

The Ultimate Arabic Resources (45 items) list by astro man23. View all Al Mawrid (English-Arabic/ Arabic-English dictionary) dictionary lists. Manufacturer: Dar El Ilm Lilmalayin Release date: 1 March 1998 ISBN-10 : 1894412974 ISBN-13: 9781894412971.

The most widely used Arabic-English dictionary. It is an indispensable tool for students, researchers and translators, and is arranged alphabetically for facility of usage. It contains about 67000 entries.

Otiel
The book itself I great but when I was buying it I read it would be new. According to amazon standards of "new" it says it's still in the plastic packaging or untouched. I have a used book and it has dark dingy stains too and bottom of the book. I will have to give it a good cleanup too. It's as worn as a high school book with the worn markings and slightly bent hardcover corners. Regarding the book it's very nice, if you're a beginner like me you'll be fine reading it because it has the short vowels (not used by native speakers in writing). The only problem is that it's Arabic to English so I'll have to know the Arabic word first which is what I do all the time anyway so I don't mind it too much. Also the numbers are in Arabic (١،٢،٣،٤،etc.). The edition I have is the seventh edition, 2007. The book is about 2 inches give or take. I tried to take a a lot of pictures but it keeps reloading on me and it's the 7th time already. Sorry ????
INwhite
This dictionary is quite useful. Unlike Wehr it is both an English-Arabic as well an Arabic-English dictionary. Therefore if you are attempting to understand a dialogue in an Arabic textbook, you can look up the word in question in both Arabic and English. Another great benefit of this book is that each Arabic word can be looked up alphabetically without knowledge of the three consonant stem.

I should note, however, that although the English-Arabic portion arranges the pages according to the English alphabet from left to right, the Arabic-English portion arranges the pages according the Arabic alphabet from right to left. Although actual Arabic books run from right to left, I would prefer that both sections run from left to right--as does Wehr's dictionary Arabic-English Dictionary: The Hans Wehr Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic. I recognize that this may be just a matter of taste on my part--but felt I should mention this point for the benefit of those who feel the same way.

This dictionary makes no mention of the three consonant stem for each word--nor does it mention the category that each very form falls into (corresponding to the Roman numerals I-X in Wehr's book). In my opinion these deficiencies detract from the potential usefulness of this book. Used with Wehr's book, however, the Al Mawrid dictionary would seem to fill the needs of most English-speaking students of Arabic.
Kulalas
First, you need to know that "English-Arabic" means English-TO-Arabic. You can look up a word in English and find its Arabic equivalent. This dictionary does not go both ways. For Arabic-TO-English you'll need another dictionary.

"Al Mawrid Al Quarib" is an ultra-abridged version of the authoritative English-Arabic dictionary used in the Arab world. The unabridged version, "Al Mawrid", is the Lebanese equivalent of Webster's Dictionary; and like Webster's, it's revised every few years. The copy I bought from Amazon is the 2004 revision of the pocket edition.

This dictionary focuses on modern Arabic--better for reading newspapers than poems. It even includes some pictures. But the PRINT IS UNBELIEVABLY SMALL--especially the Arabic. I would not recommend this as your main English-Arabic dictionary, but it's light enough to leave in your backpack and small enough to carry in your pocket. The binding is plasticized, Middle-East-Green paper. It's very, very CUTE. :-)
Goldcrusher
English speakers learning Arabic find an uneven mixture of reference books out there, from learned treatises aimed at native speakers to "learn how to say 'this costs too much' for your trip to Egypt" travel guides.

Al-Mawrid al-WaseeT is a standard, comprehensive dictionary produced by the Arabic equivalent of the German Duden. This is all the dictionary you need, the one you keep on your shelf for those moments, desperate or otherwise, when you need to find a word. The print is clear in both English and Arabic. One drawback: because this book was intended for Arabs, the English-Arabic section skimps on the Harakat, meaning that the short vowels are not always written out.

Once you have this book you will be ready to start reading and writing real Arabic texts...
Sharpbrew
Al Mawrid Dictionary English-Arabic and Arabic-English (Arabic Edition) is certainly a "must-buy" for anybody who has experience and interest in the Arabic language. The dictionary displays the root word as it correctly provides the conjugated word in context with the corresponding subject. Also, the dictionary is arranged from Left to Right in English and Right to Left in Arabic. This makes it easy for coordinating pages.

The only qualm I had was that it was damaged when I received it, but the pros EASILY outweigh the cons in this purchase.

Bithnillahi Ta'ala
Jothris
The dictionary itself can be very good, but be aware of buying the Pocket edition which is sold for $10 on Amazon marketplace. It can only be used as a door stop, and even for that purpose it cannot be sturdy enough. It is printed on a very low quality paper and the print is tiny and blurred. There is no way to read the words. Sorry that I bought it. Amazon should have placed an image of the dictionary pages.
Iaiastta
Baalbaki's most useful Arabic-English & English-Arabic dictionary authorship to date. Note that it contains arabic words from many dialects of the Arab world and for a linguist it is expansive enough for transcriptions and translation work.
This is a wonderful book for English to Arabic and Arabic to English. If you are attempting to increase your vocabulary get this book. I am practicing constantly so that I do not lose my second language. Of course daily conversation is the best way to maintain your language. This book is a great aide.