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on 30 May 2005
Beware Gaelic learners! This is the worst Gaelic dictionary on the market and should be avoided at all cost. It is very outdated and in part dates back to the mid 19th century. The English-Gaelic side contains a variety of obscure and outdated English words and the Gaelic-English sides often explains what words mean rather than giving their direct Gaelic equivalent. Save your money and buy a better Gaelic dictionary such as Mark's Gaelic dictionary or Watson's Gaelic dictionary. It is depressing that publishers are still bringing out such an outdated and confusing publication.
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