This is a good Eo-Eng-Eo dictionary.
It has XLV+459 pages. Larger print would have been nice but it is just about readable without a magnifier.
As expected, more than 2/3rds is Angla-Esperanto - Esperanto being the much more compact language.
The listings lack details/explanations. WWW=TTT but what do the 3 Ts stand for? World=mondo, Wide=lar^ga/vasta, Web=aranea^jo: Tut-Tera Teksa^jo=textile!
You won't discover this under WWW, you need to go to "TTT".
Tutmonda=Worldwide. Tut-Tera=Earthwide (More specific than "worldwide"; there are other planets.)
Before buying this I wrote the following without any response:
How big is this dictionary? How many pages? Font size? (Title)
I want a decent Eo dictionary. The last I bought from Amazon (Dodo Press) was surprisingly thin and all the columns of words were printed in alphabetical disorder Eg: p188 ends with "Virgin, The Blessed, La Sankta"; p189 left-hand column begins: Vegetate, vegeti & ends: Verbal, parola; p189 right-hand column begins: Virgulino, Dipatrino; so the right-hand column of the right-hand page should have been on the left to follow-on about the mythical Mary, while the left-hand column .......
The inner columns of pairs of facing pages are transposed but the disorder is more complex than this.
Please confirm that this dictionary is printed properly, as well as the size, etc.