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guide·book

 (gīd′bo͝ok′)
n.
A handbook of directions and other information, especially for travelers or tourists.
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guidebook

(ˈɡaɪdˌbʊk)
n
(Library Science & Bibliography) a handbook with information for visitors to a place, as a historic building, museum, or foreign country. Also called: guide
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guide•book

(ˈgaɪdˌbʊk)

n.
1. a book of directions, advice, and information for travelers or tourists.
[1805–15]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.guidebook - something that offers basic information or instructionguidebook - something that offers basic information or instruction
enchiridion, handbook, vade mecum - a concise reference book providing specific information about a subject or location
field guide - a guidebook describing natural objects of some type that might be encountered in the field; "a field guide to mushrooms"
roadbook - a guidebook describing the roads of a country; contains maps and (sometimes) a gazetteer
travel guidebook, itinerary - a guidebook for travelers
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guidebook

noun
1. directory, guide, street map The guidebook says this is the place where all the Hollywood Westerns were made.
2. handbook, guide, manual, instructions, catalogue In 1987 they published a series of guidebooks to American politics.
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Translations
průvodce
guide
opaskirja
vodič
ガイドブック
여행 안내서
vodnik
resehandbok
หนังสือที่ให้ขัอมูลกับนักท่องเที่ยว
sách hướng dẫn

guidebook

[ˈgaɪdbʊk] Nguía f turística
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guidebook

[ˈgaɪdbʊk] n
(= travel guide) → guide m
(= manual) → guide mguided missile nmissile m téléguidéguide dog nchien m d'aveugleguided tour nvisite f guidée
to take sb on a guided tour → faire faire une visite guidée à qnguided writing nécriture f guidée
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

guidebook

n(Reise)führer m(to von)
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guidebook

[ˈgaɪdˌbʊk] nguida
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

guidebook

دَليل سِياحِيّ průvodce guide Reiseführer τουριστικός οδηγός guía opaskirja guide vodič guida ガイドブック 여행 안내서 handleiding reisehåndbok przewodnik guia de viagem путеводитель resehandbok หนังสือที่ให้ขัอมูลกับนักท่องเที่ยว rehber sách hướng dẫn 指南
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References in classic literature ?
Furthermore, it was suggested that although the ship's library would afford a fair amount of reading matter, it would still be well if each passenger would provide himself with a few guidebooks, a Bible, and some standard works of travel.
"And those descriptions, taken mostly from guidebooks, I fancy, are the only parts of any real worth.
Alexey Alexandrovitch ordered tea to be sent him, sat down to the table, and taking the guidebook, began considering the route of his journey.
"Look under your pillows christmas morning, and you will find your guidebook," replied Mrs.
"We'll take the guidebook," said her ladyship, with the eye to mean economy, which is only to be met with in very rich people, "and save a shilling to the man who shows the ruins." With that she went up stairs to array herself for the drive, and looked in the glass; and saw a perfectly virtuous, fascinating, and accomplished woman, facing her irresistibly in a new French bonnet!
Seven scholars who took part in a 2013-16 research project based at the Swedish Institute for Classical Studies in Rome, explore the tradition of guidebooks for travelers to Rome since the late Middle Ages.
Terri Baker designed the coloring book to complement the two guidebooks she has already written about the Hocking Hills.
Bulgaria is much more than what youall find in international guidebooks. But it's hard to feel its true spirit if you are a foreigner in a country where you don't speak the language and can't even read the street signs because they are in a different alphabet.
The guidebooks also aims to standardise the procedures and methods designed to handle such cases, given the sensitive relation between parties in "domestic violence" cases, and in most cases, when victims are reluctant to report the abuse.
"More people are buying guidebooks than ever before," Chris Zeiher, Lonely Planet's Asia Pacific sales and marketing director, said.