8/23/2021

Textbook

Each link below goes to a course or resource page that contains the textbook files. Some of these online textbooks are open-licensed electronic versions of print books. Others are self-published online books, or course notes which are so thorough that they serve as an alternative to a conventional textbook. Featured Online Textbooks. A book used by students as a standard work for a particular branch of study.

English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

text +‎ book

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈtɛkst.bʊk/
  • Audio (US)

Noun[edit]

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  1. A coursebook, a formal manual of instruction in a specific subject, especially one for use in schools or colleges.

Translations[edit]

  • Afrikaans: handboek
  • Albanian: libër shkollorm
  • Arabic: كِتَاب مَدْرَسِيّm(kitāb madrasiyy), مَرْجِعm(marjiʿ)
  • Armenian: դասագիրք(hy)(dasagirkʿ)
  • Asturian: testum, llibru de testum
  • Azerbaijani: dərslik(az), dərs kitabı
  • Belarusian: падру́чнікm(padrúčnik)
  • Bengali: পাঠ্যপুস্তক(paṭṭhpuśtôk)
  • Bulgarian: уче́бник(bg)m(učébnik)
  • Burmese: ကျောင်းသုံးစာအုပ်(my)(kyaung:sum:caup)
  • Catalan: llibre de text(ca)m, llibre de classe(ca)m
  • Central Dusun: ḇuuk teks
  • Chinese:
    Cantonese: 課本, 课本(fo3 bun2), 教科書, 教科书(gaau3 fo1 syu1)
    Mandarin: 課本(zh), 课本(zh)(kèběn), 教科書(zh), 教科书(zh)(jiàokēshū)
    Min Nan: 課本(zh-min-nan), 课本(khò-pún)
  • Chukchi: кэԓигъюԓеткин кэԓикэԓ(kėḷigʺjuḷetkin kėḷikėḷ)
  • Czech: učebnice(cs)f
  • Danish: lærebogc
  • Dhivehi: please add this translation if you can
  • Dutch: studieboek(nl)n, handboek(nl)n
  • Esperanto: lernolibro, tekstolibro
  • Estonian: õpik(et)
  • Faroese: lærubókf, skúlabókf
  • Finnish: oppikirja(fi)
  • French: manuel(fr)m, livre de classem
  • Friulian: please add this translation if you can
  • Galician: libro de textom
  • Georgian: სახელმძღვანელო(saxelmʒɣvanelo)
  • German: Lehrbuch(de)n, Schulbuch(de)n
  • Greek: σύγγραμμα(el)n(sýngramma)
  • Hebrew: סֵפֶר לִמוּד(he)(seifer limud)
  • Hindi: पाठ्यपुस्तकf(pāṭhyapustak)
  • Hungarian: tankönyv(hu)
  • Iban: bup teks
  • Icelandic: kennslubókf, skólabókf
  • Indonesian: buku pelajaran
  • Interlingue: manuale
  • Irish: téacsleabharm
  • Italian: libro di testom
  • Japanese: 教科書(ja)(きょうかしょ, kyōkasho), テキストブック(tekisutobukku)
  • Kazakh: оқулық(oqwlıq)
  • Khmer: សៀវភៅសិក្សា(siəv pʰɨv səksaa), មេអាន(meiʼaan), ក្បួន(km)(kbuən)
  • Korean: 교과서(ko)(gyogwaseo) (教科書(ko))
  • Kyrgyz: окуу китеби(okuu kitebi)
  • Lao: ປຶ້ມແບບຮຽນ(lo)(pưm bǣp hīan)
  • Latin: līber definitivusm
  • Latvian: mācību grāmataf
  • Lithuanian: vadovėlism
  • Macedonian: у́чебникm(účebnik)
  • Malay: buku teks
  • Maori: pukapuka matua, pukapuka kaupapa
  • Mongolian: сурах бичиг(surah bičig)
  • Norwegian:
    Bokmål: lærebokm or f
    Nynorsk: lærebokf
  • Ossetian: ахуыргӕнӕг чиныг(ax°yrgænæg ḱinyg)
  • Persian: کتاب درسی(ketâb-e darsi)
  • Plautdietsch: Läsbuakn
  • Polish: podręcznik(pl)m
  • Portuguese: livro de textom, compêndio(pt)m, sebentaf(Portugal), apostilaf(Brazil), livro didático(pt)m
  • Romanian: manual(ro)n
  • Russian: уче́бник(ru)m(učébnik), посо́бие(ru)n(posóbije), руково́дство(ru)(rukovódstvo)(manual, guide)
  • Scottish Gaelic: teacs-leabharm
  • Semai: bob teks
  • Serbo-Croatian:
    Cyrillic: уџбеникm
    Roman: udžbenik(sh)m
  • Shan: ပပ်ႉႁဵၼ်း(pâ̰p hén)
  • Slovak: učebnicaf
  • Slovene: učbenik(sl)m
  • Spanish: libro de textom, texto(es)m
  • Swedish: lärobok(sv)c
  • Tagalog: aralang aklat, aklat-aralin, aklat-pampaaralan
  • Tajik: китоби дарсӣ(kitobi darsī)
  • Telugu: పాఠ్యపుస్తకము(pāṭhyapustakamu)
  • Thai: ตำราเรียน(dtam-raa rian), ตำรา(th)(dtam-raa)
  • Turkish: ders kitabı
  • Turkmen: okuw kitaby
  • Ukrainian: підру́чникm(pidrúčnyk)
  • Urdu: نصابی کتابf(nisābī kitāb)
  • Uyghur: دەرسلىك(derslik)
  • Uzbek: darslik(uz)
  • Vietnamese: sách giáo khoa(vi)
  • Volapük: tidabuk(vo)
  • Welsh: gwerslyfr(cy)m
  • West Frisian: skriuwboek
  • Yiddish: לערנבוךn(lernbukh), האַנטבוךn(hantbukh)
  • Zhuang: gobwnj

Textbook Online Test Series

Adjective[edit]

textbook (comparativemore textbook, superlativemost textbook)

Testbook

  1. Of or pertaining to textbooks or their style, especially in being dry and pedagogical; textbooky, textbooklike.
    • 1917, George Ransom Twiss, A textbook in the principles of science teaching:
      It is likely to kill interest, and give both teacher and pupils a didactic, textbook attitude at the very beginning.
    • 2000, Okasha El Daly, Janet Starkey, Desert travellers: from Herodotus to T.E. Lawrence
      They are mentioned in his flat, textbook voice, alongside schoolroom descriptions of topography and assessments of economic significance.
    • 2004, David Henn, Old Spain and new Spain: the travel narratives of Camilo José Cela:
      ..a kind of descriptive account or a social, geographical, anthropological, or historical commentary that may at times have a certain textbook tone to it.
  2. Having the typical characteristics of some class of phenomenon, so that it might be included as an example in a textbook.
    • 1949, George Orwell, chapter 2, in Nineteen Eighty-Four[1], part three:
      All her rebelliousness, her deceit, her folly, her dirty-mindedness—everything has been burned out of her. It was a perfect conversion, a textbook case.
    • 1997, Alexander De Waal, Famine crimes: politics and the disaster relief industry in Africa:
      It was a textbook case of how prompt government action could avert a major crisis.
    • 2003, Felice Picano, A house on the ocean, a house on the bay:
      Every night had been clear and star-studded, the progression of the moon through its phases absolutely textbook, its dance with the planets visible in the ecliptic..
    • 2003, Robert J Art, Patrick M Cronin, The United States and coercive diplomacy
      In many ways the Korean nuclear crisis is a textbook example of coercive diplomacy — its strengths as well as the risks inherent in such a strategy.
    • 2016 October 10, “The Cohabitation Experimentation”, in The Big Bang Theory, season 10, episode 4, spoken by Bernadette (Melissa Rauch):
      It would help if you would stop telling me I have a textbook cervix.
    • 2020 December 11, Patricia Mazzei, “A State Scientist Questioned Florida’s Virus Data. Now Her Home’s Been Raided.”, in The New York Times[2], :
      “That’s textbook bad security practice, and this is an example of why — it’s cumbersome to revoke access and hard to attribute actions to the responsible people,” said J. Alex Halderman, a computer science and engineering professor at the University of Michigan.

Quotations[edit]

  • For quotations using this term, see Citations:textbook.

Translations[edit]

  • Armenian: դասագրքային(hy)(dasagrkʿayin)
  • Chinese:
    Mandarin: please add this translation if you can
  • Czech: učebnicový(cs)
  • Danish: skole-(da)
  • Finnish: oppikirja-(fi), koulu-(fi)
  • Polish: podręcznikowy(pl)
  • Russian: please add this translation if you can
  • Spanish: libro(es)
  • Volapük: tidabukik
Textbook
having the typical characteristics of some class of phenomenon
  • Armenian: դասագրքային(hy)(dasagrkʿayin)
  • Chinese:
    Mandarin: please add this translation if you can
  • Czech: učebnicový(cs)
  • Danish: sædvanlig
  • Finnish: oppikirja-(fi), koulu-(fi)
  • German: lehrbuchmäßig(de)
  • Polish: podręcznikowy(pl)
  • Russian: please add this translation if you can
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