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    Oxford Dictionary of English Ne w Oxford Thesaurus of English Oxford Dictionary of Quotations ELECTR[...]

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    58 Introduction Thank you f or purchasing the SHARP Electronic Dictionary , model PW-E500. The PW -E[...]

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    1 CONTENTS Getting Star ted Using the PW -E500 f or the first time .................................[...]

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    2 Getting Started Using the PW -E500 for the first time Be sure to perf or m the f ollowing operatio[...]

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    3 T urning the power on/off The power can be s witched on b y pressing the ke ys listed below . To t[...]

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    4 Data contained in the PW-E500 The dictionar y data contained in this unit is based on the f ollowi[...]

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    5 Menu ke y Clear ke y F ont siz e shift ke y P age scroll ke y Layout Back space k ey Cursor ke ys [...]

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    6 This symbol will be displa yed when the batter y le v el is low . Promptly replace the old batter [...]

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    7 Basic Operation Inputting words for a dictionary search In this section, the basic search operatio[...]

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    8 Filter search view: selecting an item; scrolling Press d , then type A , and B . ‘ab’ is enter[...]

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    9 12 dot-based (def ault) 9 dot-based Detail view: scrolling Press d , then type A , and e . The det[...]

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    10 Browsing Notes ( r ) A Note icon ( ) ma y appear in the detail view . This indicates that a note [...]

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    11 Note: Using the r ke y will display the f ollowing: • Oxf ord Dictionar y of English • Usage [...]

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    12 Setting the Auto power off activation time This product automatically tur ns its po wer off to sa[...]

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    13 W ord Entr y f or search AC a c UK uk W ord Entr y f or search 4WD f ourwd A5 afive • Conv er t[...]

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    14 In this Dictionar y , definitions of a word can be f ound by entering its spelling. F eatures suc[...]

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    15 Phrase search To search f or idioms or phrasal verbs , enter no more than three words in the inpu[...]

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    16 Anagram solver A word or series of letters can be entered to find any matching anag rams found in[...]

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    17 4. In the list, select a desired word using the number k eys (press 1 , in this e xample). The de[...]

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    18 Input a word in this Thesaur us to find its synonyms , as well as antonyms and other related term[...]

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    19 Phrase search To search f or idioms or phrasal verbs , enter no more than three words in the inpu[...]

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    20 Using the Oxford Dictionar y of Quotations Input an author’ s surname in the Oxf ord Dictionar [...]

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    21 Keyword search The Oxf ord Dictionar y of Quotations can accept up to three ke ywords f or a sear[...]

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    22 Theme search Quotations organized under a particular theme, such as business , politics or love ,[...]

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    23 Using the Super Jump function Use the Super Jump function to select an y word in the detail view [...]

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    24 Specifying a Dictionary to jump to In step 4 abov e, press d or t instead of pressing e , to spec[...]

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    25 Use the Histor y function to recall a headword or phr ase previously searched in the Dictionaries[...]

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    26 Using the Calculator function The built-in calculator in the Electronic Dictionary can perf or m [...]

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    27 Using the Converter function The Conv er ter function consists of two con verters: the Currency c[...]

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    28 Metric converter Conv ersions between diff erent units of measurement (length, mass, etc.) can be[...]

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    29 Replacing the battery Battery used • Use only the specified alkaline battery . Appendices Preca[...]

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    30 Reset procedure if trouble occurs Exposure to a strong ph ysical shock or po werful electr ical f[...]

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    31 Tr oubleshooting Ref er to the list of possible symptoms, and solutions ma y be f ound here. The [...]

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    32 Oxford Dictionary of English Introduction The Oxf ord Dictionar y of English has been compiled ac[...]

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    33 (c) other extension or shift in meaning, retaining one or more elements of the core sense, e.g. H[...]

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    34 Specialist Vocabulary One of the most impor tant uses of a dictionary is to provide explanations [...]

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    35 Grammar In recent years g rammar has begun to enjoy g reater prominence than in previous decades.[...]

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    36 1 T ypes or v ar ieties of: •f ood and drink, e.g. yogur t/yogurts, pasta/pastas, rum/rums. •[...]

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    37 [postpositive] : used to mar k an adjectiv e which is used postpositively , i.e. it typically com[...]

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    38 W ord Histories The etymologies in standard dictionaries explain the language from which a w ord [...]

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    39 Usage Notes ( ) Interest in questions of good usage is widespread among English speak ers ev er y[...]

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    40 technical : normally used only in technical and specialist language, though not necessarily restr[...]

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    41 Spelling It is often said that English spelling is both irregular and illogical, and it is cer ta[...]

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    42 A similar alternation is found in compound adjectiv es such as well intentioned . When used predi[...]

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    43 Adjectives The f ollowing f or ms f or comparative and superlativ e are regarded as regular and a[...]

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    44 ( @ ) bef ore /l/, /m/, or /n/ indicates that the syllab le may be realiz ed with a syllabic l , [...]

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    45 y (F rench) cr u Y (Ger man) M ü nchen j (Irish) Dái l (Russian) Arkhan g e l sk > (F rench)[...]

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    46 Selection of entries The primar y pur pose of the thesaurus is to give lists of synon yms for the[...]

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    47 In this title, the broadest possib le definition of the ter m 'synonym' has been adopte[...]

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    48 Linguistic evidence The compilers of NO TE hav e had access to two major linguistic resources, th[...]

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    49 historical : still used toda y , but only to ref er to some practice or article that is no longer[...]

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    50 Related terms A special f eature of NO TE is that it giv es not only synonyms and opposites but a[...]

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    51 `if ye be kind to wards women and f ear to wrong them, God is well acquainted with what ye do .&a[...]

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    52 Whene ver the off ence inspires less horror than the punishment, the r igour of penal law is ob l[...]

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    53 Roose velt) ha ve alwa ys elicited strong vie ws (`ferocious , it forgiv es nothing' - Diana[...]

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    54 alphabetically according to the first word of the quotation (ignoring ‘a’ and ‘the’). The[...]

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    55 MEMO[...]

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    56 MEMO[...]

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    57 In Europe: This equipment complies with the requirements of Directiv e 89/336/ EEC as amended by [...]

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