Barron’s Russian Vocabulary

  Find the word you need in Russian quickly and easily!
  Nearly 8,000 words listed by category with their Russian equivalents and pronunciations.  Words are divided into several different categories and listed alphabetically within each category: • numbers and math concepts; • time and dates; • the weather; • colors; • family and friends; • gender; • sensory perception; • trees and other vegetation; • animals; • greetings and social expressions; • using the telephone; • food; • shopping; • science and technology; • travel; • dealing with emergencies; • school and work situations; • computers and electronics; • finance; • pop culture terms; • and more.
  Plus… An A-to-Z English-Russian Word Finder.

Collins Russian Concise Dictionary

“Harper-Collins Russian Concise Dictionary” is targeted to first-year college language students and advanced high school students. Economically priced and packaged in an easy-to-carry paperback format, this dictionary is a best buy on a crowded shelf. The dictionary includes a 250 page grammatical reference section at the back, making it a 2-in-1 reference source especially useful to language students.

English-Russian, Russian-English Dictionary

  Based on American rather than British English, this is among the first Russian dictionaries revised for the post-Soviet era. Includes new political terminology, new Russian institutions, new countries and republics and new city names. Contains 26,000 entries in the English-Russian section and 40,000 words in the Russian-English section. Irregularities in Russian declensions and conjugations appear at the beginning of each entry.

Langenscheidt’s Pocket Russian Dictionary

  “Pocket Russian-English, English-Russian Dictionary” is a convenient reference for writers, students, and business people - anyone who needs the right word at the right time. Exellent for Russian learners, easy to use, not so many different meaning for one word which sometimes can be confusing.
  For a pocket-sized dictionary this is exactly what you are looking for. The small format and durable plastic binding make it the perfect dictionary to carry around for a quick reference. Yet it is large enough to contain most of the Russian words that people run into in everyday life. Poetry, prose, and a nine-letter pizza toping… When you’re looking for a word, pull it out of one of our Pockets.

Pocket Oxford Russian Dictionary

  This major new edition of the “Pocket Oxford Russian Dictionary” offers a completely new text derived from the latest edition of the acclaimed “Oxford Russian Dictionary”, including up to date vocabulary from all areas of life today - leisure, business, travel, technology - with new words in each language.
  Other new features include a guide to Russian and English grammar, extra help with letter-writing, and an ultra-clear, user-friendly layout for easy access. Language is now studied in the context of its culture, so there is a brand-new supplement giving lively and useful information on life in the Russian-speaking world - political institutions, educational systems, the media, key dates, and festivals.
  Portable, compact, and affordable, the “Pocket Oxford Russian Dictionary” is ideal for school, the office, and lower university level.