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Petit Robert

Le Nouveau Petit Robert Dictionnaire De La Langue Française : Des Noms Propres
Author Paul Robert; Josette Rey-Debove; Alain Rey
Original title Le Petit Robert
Country France
Language French
Genre Reference
Publisher Dictionnaires Le Robert
Publication date
1967
Published in English
2000
Pages 2841
ISBN
OCLC 45079389

Le Petit Robert is a popular single-volume French dictionary first published by Paul Robert in 1967, an abridgement of his eight-volume Dictionnaire alphabétique et analogique de la langue française.[1]

As of 2008, it is in its fourth edition and is available in both print and electronic forms. It is also widely used across European nations. It is published by Dictionnaires Le Robert.

References

  1. ^ Kauffmann, Alexandre (Winter 2007–2008). "Alain Rey: The Father of the Petit Robert". France Magazine. 

External links

  • Official website


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