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by Andrea Banta¿

  • Author: Andrea Banta¿
  • ISBN: 0844249769
  • ISBN13: 978-0844249766
  • ePub: 1995 kb | FB2: 1980 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Dictionaries & Thesauruses
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill; 1 edition (January 11, 1995)
  • Pages: 672
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 690
  • Format: rtf lit mbr lrf
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Teora English-Romanian Dictionary. Excellent book with both translations English - Romanian - English, a must for anyone going to Romania, much better than others I've used. 2 people found this helpful.

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This bilingual dictionary provides concise definitions for the most commonly used words and phrases in Romanian and English.

Malakelv
I gave this four stars because it's satisfactory for my uses. I can't dispute the claims of the other reviewers, but I think they might discourage others from buying any dictionary of Romanian. I think a less than ideal dictionary is still better than none. I encourage anyone who needs one to not be put off by the negative reviews. It's not so bad as they claim. The print is a little odd but not unreadable. If one is going to need to know how use many irregular plurals then he ought to get a good and detailed grammar. And if it's real important, then he should hire teachers, or try to do intensive studies in Romania, or wherever he can get an intensive course taught. I think there are complex language instruction courses available on the Internet now.
Linn
Developed a special friendship with a Romanian coed over a year ago, on "hi5." So, to help communicate with Alessandra, this Amer-i-can needed an escellent Romanian/English dictionary! This one became THE one.... Alas, she "disappeared"...? But I still have fond memories, honest!!
Frey
For eight years I've been scouring Bucharest and the States for a good Romanian-English dictionary. There isn't one, let alone something that could rival what Morton Benson has provided for Serbo-Croatian (publishers, take note, you might make some money in the Romanian-English niche emulating that example!!).
This particular dictionary is not the same Bantas that Editura Teora used to produce in Romania until a few years ago, but it's pretty close. Bantas' strength was always a modest one: he'd write dictionaries that had more words than anyone else's, but the number of words, let alone the brief, sometimes dubious, and usually British-colloquialism-centered translations and spelling mistakes, still left a great deal to be desired. You won't find grammatical help with Romanian endings (i.e., something as necessary as plural nouns!!), mutations, or verb conjugation forms at all here, nothing more than the gender of nouns. And the printing quality/typeface, as with so many Romanian dictionaries, really is sloppy and erratic in quality (although Hippocrenes are even worse).
The only other alternatives for students of the language (as opposed to tourists) I've seen worth considering are all available only in Bucharest/Romania and are as follows:
1) Other Bantas versions, but the quality is getting slimmed down over time/editions in the editing of the smaller versions, forcing you to get the bigger, more expensive hardback of equally lousy quality but a few thousand more words, and going both ways - Romanian to English and back.
2) Irina Panovf's dictionaries--far fewer words, but actually has useful grammatical information, although translations are still erratic. If you see one, buy it. I first learned Romanian using the old Panovf for grammar, and the old Bantas for translation/vocabulary, in the early days. As far as I know, the best edition is out of print, and increasingly extremely rare at street kiosks and used book shops in Bucharest. I think there's a newer version, but if memory serves, it's smaller than the old one.
3) A dictionary by Georgeta Nichifor, roughly comparable to the old Bantas', with better typeface, better translations (generally speaking) and spelling, fewer words but perhaps a tad more expressions and occasional hints at prepositions to use with verbs, and with about the same problems in lack of attention to grammatical changes. Nichifor is sort of the "best of the rest" on display in new book shops, at this writing. For tourists, Nichifor would do.
4) Romanian to Romanian dictionaries sometimes have all the grammar changes you need as well as definitions enlightening for the non-Romanian with a good command of the language (not for beginning students, obviously). For long-term students of Romanian, it's worth searching for a good used one in the numerous "anticariat" shops all over Bucharest. For a new Romanian to Romanian dictionary, the mother of them all is the huge, dark blue "DEX" (Dictionar Explicativ)--kind of the one-volume limit for a foreigner who does not want to buy and transport some 10-volume set published by the Romanian Academy or whomever. Still, you won't beat the DEX for vocabulary size and grammar.
Needless to say, you may well end up in my situation: I have about five dictionaries plus another six phraseological and synonym dictionaries simply because none fill every need. It taxes your patience to learn the language across three "regular" dictionaries until your skills develop enough to get by on Bantas and maybe one other for rarer words, but that's life in this particular niche until most of the English professors and their editors in Bucharest start producing foreign language dictionaries worth the name. To be fair, they at least outdo the usual trash published by Hippocrene.
DABY
I lived in Romania for a year and brought this book along with me. I am well educated, and I have an excellent vocabulary. However, the words offered in this dictionary are so out-dated and/or British I had to then look up the English word in another dictionary! It's not worth your money.

The best (and cheap) dictionaries I found were from a Romanian company called Teora. Their website is [...] and they have up to date, modern, cutting edge materials.

Don't waste your money on this heavy, awful dictionary. I would give you mine.
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