It's official! The credit crunch has finally found its way into the hallowed columns of this iconic work of reference...
Hats off, incidentally, to the editor who archly defines 'comfort food' as 'mood-enhancing food that meets the approval of one's taste buds but not of one's doctor'.(Daily Echo)
This edition of the Chambers Dictionary contains an very extensive vocabulary, with even old or rare words ; the definitions and the presentation are very clear.Published 8 months ago by michel Libes
The definitive everyday dictionary for serious writers. It is well known that, good though the Oxford dictionaries are, Chambers is the one most commonly preferred and referred... Read morePublished 19 months ago by MACAVITY
This Chambers Dictionary is an excellent read even if one does not use it just as a dictionary because it is so comprehensive.Published 19 months ago by Mr. B. E. Wheatley
To replace her ancient 1950's edition which was literally falling to bits. Still a good dictionary for crosswording which she likes.Published 20 months ago by anonymous
I bought this for my Daughter who is an avid crossworder. It's a large and heavy tome and is in use every day.Published on 3 July 2013 by Patfly
This is well laid out with clear entries and is the dictionary you need for the Daily Telegraph crossword. Well worth the money.Published on 4 May 2013 by norfolkwhite