A book of reference, to be carried in the hand; a manual; a guidebook.
A book containing reference information for a specific field; as, the Handbook of Chemistry.
A reference book which collects information from various sources and presents it in a simple, useful format.
A reference providing specific information or instruction about a course. Handbooks are available online
A compact book of facts that organize information about a particular field of study.
a collection of information on a subject, meant to be a concise and authoritative reference.
A treatise on a special subject; often nowadays a simple but all-embracing treatment, containing concise information, and being small enough to be held in the hand; but strictly, a book written primarily for practitioners and serving for constant revision or reference. Also called a 'manual'.
A reference manual usually consulted for quick fact-finding or for a concise and authoritative survey of a topic.
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a short treatise or guide-book to a subject
a single-volume reference book that provides concise factual information on a specific subject, organized systematically for quick and easy access
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A book capable of being conveniently used for concise information about a particular subject.
Intended for ready consultation or reference, a handbook (or manual) either compiles facts about a subject or provides instructions of methods or procedures for how to perform a specific set of functions. See also -- Reference Material
Compact reference book which provides useful information on a specific subject. Statistical information is often provided in handbooks. Example: Statistical Handbook on the American Family.
General information source which provides quick reference for a given subject area. Handbooks are generally subject-specific.
A collection of a miscellaneous group of facts centered on a theme or subject area (e.g., Holman's Handbook to Literature)
general information source that provides concise information on a given subject.
A compendium, covering one or more subjects, arranged for the quick location of facts.
A reference source incorporating miscellaneous facts relevant to a particular discipline or subject, much of it presented in condensed forms, like equations, formulas, tables, graphs, or charts. An example is the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics.
a style of book that is concise and compact, similar to a manual, (e.g., Handbook of Veterinary Neurology.)
Derived from a German word which meant -- literally -- a book that can be held in the hand. Usually refers to a reference book that can be used for instruction or guidance on a particular subject.
A small reference book: a manual.
A reference book that provides concise, useful data and other information on a specific subject.
A book that gives you knowledge about or guides you through a successful career.
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A collection of informational pieces on one or more subjects, arranged for the quick location of facts.
An overview or compendium of a particular area or profession that covers the basic knowledge, facts, and how-to-do it information. These publications are intended to be kept at hand by those working in the field to provide background information and answers to basic questions. The terms handbook and manual are often used interchangeably. See also: Reference book.
A handbook is a small manual, reference work, or other collection of instructions, intended to provide ready reference. A vade mecum or pocket reference is intended to be carried at all times.