This dictionary contains about 26,000 entries and includes an in-depth introduction to the peculiarities of the Greek language. Designed to address the specific problems often faced by French speakers, it supplies no Greek "equivalent" without translating its meaning exactly and without characterizing its linguistic level. It includes verbal and nominal expressions and the negative phrases that are not usually found in other dictionaries. The articles are structured by grammatical categories to make the search as easy as possible.
Henri Tonnet, professor emeritus at the Sorbonne, headed the study center Balkan Studies of Inalco and the Neo-Hellenic Institute of the Sorbonne. Creator, with Guy Saunier, of the Revue des études néo-helleniques, he was editor in chief of the Cahiers balkaniques.
4.1. Les substantifs
6.1. La non-correspondance des lexiques
6.2. Connotations et niveaux de langue
7. Sémantique et structure des deux langues
8. Organisation des articles
Conventions et abbréviations
W, X, Y, Z