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Could you help me to compare oed.com vs Oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com Are they both from Oxford University? Where can I find a list of Oxford official website?

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    Hello, Nam N. Yes, you're not the only one to find the way the Oxford Languages people keep changing things confusing. I still remember 'Oxford Dictionary Online, ODO, morphing to Lexico. It's all change again since then. Perhaps most of the info here (and in the linked threads) is still relevant. // OED and 'Oxford Languages' dictionary are published by the same company (Oxford University Press) but are totally different resources. Feb 7, 2023 at 19:50
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    @EdwinAshworth and the recent merge with Dictionary.com muddying things further.
    – NVZ Mod
    Feb 8, 2023 at 4:10
  • Thanks for the link. Is oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com an official website from Oxford University Press?
    – Nam N
    Feb 9, 2023 at 1:13
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  • @Mari-LouA in the link they don't mention oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com . I don't know what kind of Oxford dictionaries I am learning. Should I give up learning Oxford dictionaries and switch to other American dictionaries which are more consistent?
    – Nam N
    Feb 13, 2023 at 2:29

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