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Tuttle Pocket Tagalog Dictionary is the most up-to-date Tagalog pocket dictionary available. It contains a comprehensive range of contemporary Tagalog words and expressions, including the latest Internet and social media vocabulary.
This dictionary is specifically designed to meet the needs of English speakers who are studying or using Tagalog on a daily basis. It contains over 15,000 entries including all the vocabulary (in both directions) needed for everyday use.
All headwords are in bold for easy look-up.
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Tuttle Pocket Tagalog Dictionary is the most up-to-date Tagalog pocket dictionary available. It contains a comprehensive range of contemporary Tagalog words and expressions, including the latest Internet and social media vocabulary.

This dictionary is specifically designed to meet the needs of English speakers who are studying or using Tagalog on a daily basis. It contains over 15,000 entries including all the vocabulary (in both directions) needed for everyday use.

All headwords are in bold for easy look-up.

Dieser Download kann aus rechtlichen Gründen nur mit Rechnungsadresse in A, D ausgeliefert werden.

Autorenporträt
Joi Barrios is a Lecturer in Filipino Language and Philippine Literature at the University of California, Berkeley. She received her Ph.D. from the University of the Philippines Diliman (UPD) in Filipino and Philippine Literature and taught there as an Associate Professor. She has held positions at the Osaka University of Foreign Studies, UCLA, and UC Irvine. She returned to Manila to serve as Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Letters and Coordinator of Graduate Programs at the University of the Philippines before taking up her current position at UC Berkeley. She is the author of Tagalog for Beginners and Intermediate Tagalog.

Nenita Pambid Domingo, Ph.D., is the author of Anting-Anting o Kung Bakit Nagtatago sa Loob ng Bato si Bathala (UP Press) and co-author of Elementary Tagalog.

Romulo Baquiran, Jr., Ph.D., currently serves as Associate Professor at the University of the Philippines. He is the author of Onyx (2003) and Hiwatig (2014).