Appletons' new Spanish-English and English-Spanish dictionary (successor to Velázquez's Abridged dictionary) containing more than four thousand modern words and twenty thousand acceptations, idioms, and technical terms not in the latest edition of any similar work; with a pronouncing key and the fundamental tenses of irregular verbs

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Cuyás, Arturo, 1845-1925. Appletons' new Spanish-English and English-Spanish dictionary (successor to Velázquez's Abridged dictionary) containing more than four thousand modern words and twenty thousand acceptations, idioms, and technical terms not in the latest edition of any similar work; with a pronouncing key and the fundamental tenses of irregular verbs. 1916. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/008898656. (Accessed November 17, 2018.)
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Cuyás, Arturo, 1845-1925, (1916) Appletons' new Spanish-English and English-Spanish dictionary (successor to Velázquez's Abridged dictionary) containing more than four thousand modern words and twenty thousand acceptations, idioms, and technical terms not in the latest edition of any similar work; with a pronouncing key and the fundamental tenses of irregular verbs. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/008898656
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