Do you own Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary or Merriam-Webster's Advanced Learner's Dictionary? Or in some way you have access to hard copies of any of these dictionaries?
I have an access to both dictionaries. However, I personally have Cambridge's advanced learner's dictionary and pronouncing dictionary.
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So you have an access to the hard copies of the enquired dictionaries. If you do not have them in personal possession then what place do you find them accessible in, in library? I hope you won't mind my asking.

I will let you know the reason for inquiring about all this.

Thank you.
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I have the OALD, printed version and CD-ROM, but I don't use it anymore. Now I use the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English and Merriam Webster Collegiate, both of them as software editions to use on my PC. If I had to buy a printed dictionary again, I wouldn't get the Oxford though... I'd get the Longman, which is the best dictionary for learners as of now, in my opinion. And Merriam Webster Collegiate is an excellent choice for learners who want to get to a really advanced level.

Oops, I just noticed you were talking about Merriam Websters Learner's Dictionary. It's available online, but it's brand new. It only comes in a printed edition, no CD-ROMS of any kinds for now, so it's a pretty limiting choice. It seems very good anyway, but... it's diffucult to compare it with the others.
Correct. I have an access to a plethora of dictionaries through the library at my university. Both of those dictionaries are available even for a home loan for a short period of time.

Glad to be of any help.
I've the first one and i haven't used it after school  
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Those are too heavy for me to carry
I do have the Merriam Webster paper back version
with over 60,000 words in it or some.
Heck, I carry it with me all the time, even when I dont need it.
Just incase, if I get bored.
haha~~

I have an electronic dictionary,
which would be faster than those paper-based ones
Jackson6612 Do you own Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary or Merriam-Webster's Advanced Learner's Dictionary? Or in some way you have access to hard copies of any of these dictionaries?

Yes, I do. I got a hand-me-down from my older sister.

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