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Posted on December 15, 2013 at 1:41 0 Comments

Reverse dictionaries are not so easily available as ordinary dictionaries from book shops. There are only a very few publishers who have published a reverse dictionary. In every book shop in Kerala, you can see a large variety of monolingual and bilingual dictionaries. But almost none of them sells a reverse dictionary. It may be because they do not know about a reverse dictionary or a reverse dictionary is not easily available for purchase. Moreover, the price of a reverse dictionary is much… Continue


Posted on December 15, 2013 at 1:01 1 Comment

Suppose you happen to see the word 'vexillology' while reading a book the meaning of which you do not know. Then you will seek the help

of an English - English dictionary in which you will see the definition of it as '(the) study of flags'.

An English - English dictionary is known as a monolingual dictionary. An English - English - Malayalam dictionary or an English - Malayalam dictionary is called a bilingual dictionary. An English - Hindi - Malayalam dictionary is given the name a… Continue


Posted on December 10, 2013 at 1:50 0 Comments

DELINK is one of the many words like PREPONE coined most probably by Indian journalists. Unlike PREPONE, this word does not seem to have found a place in dictionaries.
British journalists would probably use a paraphrase like 'remove/abolish the link between ..... and .....' to mean DELINK.


Posted on December 4, 2013 at 1:05 0 Comments

Sitting at a table in a restaurant in England or America, you order a tea. Then the waiter may ask you "with or without". If you say "without", he or she will fetch you tea without milk.
But if you say "without" in an Indian restaurant, you will get tea without sugar.

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I hope all is well with you! Thank you for connecting!

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