The Oxford Dictionary of English, formerly The New Oxford Dictionary of English (NODE), is a single-volume English language dictionary first published in 1998 by Oxford University Press. This dictionary is not based on the Oxford English Dictionary and should not be mistaken for a new or updated version of the OED. It is a completely new dictionary which strives to represent as faithfully as possible the current usage of English words.
The 2005 edition contains 355,000 words, phrases, and definitions, including biographical references. A 3rd edition was published in August 2010, with some new definitions (such as vuvuzela).
It is at present the largest single-volume English-language dictionary published by Oxford.
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