anonymous
  • anonymous
I found under MLA how to reference a dictionary, but cannot find it in APA book or online owl? please help... how would I type it up in my reference list using apa?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Format: When citing a specific definition: Dictionary Entry. (Year). In B. Editor (Ed.), Name of Dictionary (Page numbers, edition, volume). Place published: Publisher. When citing a general dictionary: Editor, B. (Ed.). (Year). Name of Dictionary (Edition, Total Volumes). Place published: Publisher. Examples: Examples of citing a general dictionary with and without an editor: Weber, C. (Ed.). (2002). Webster's dictionary (4th ed., Vols. 1-4). Chicago: Webster Press. Oxford dictionary (7th ed.). (2000). Hinsdale, IL: Penguin Press. Example of citing a specific dictionary entry with and without an editor: Quixotic. (1990). In N. Taparia (Ed.), Oxford dictionary (p. 345, 3rd ed., vol. 5). New York: Oxford Press. Quixotic. (1990). Oxford dictionary (p. 345, 3rd ed., vol. 5). New York: Oxford Press. Online When citing an online dictionary in APA, include as much original publication information as possible, and: Date Accessed URL Format: Original Publication Information. [Retrieved] date, [from] URL of Website Examples: Virulent. (2000). Dictionary.com. Lexico Publishing Group. Retrieved August 30, 2005, from http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=virulent
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you so much... it is greatly appreciated!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Your welcome.

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