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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtextbooktext‧book1 /ˈtekstbʊk/ ●●● noun [countable]  SEa book that contains information about a subject that people study, especially at school or college a biology textbooksee thesaurus at book coursebook
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textbookThe grant covers the costs of tuition, fees and textbooks.Open most astronomy textbooks and you will find a statement somewhere that calls the Sun an average star.I can't get hold of any of the college textbooks he recommended.Most economics textbooks skip over the subject of investing and financial markets.Elementary textbooks seem to contain no reference to it.One textbook for teachers presented an entire unit on the colon.She read Victorian novels and studied textbooks of anatomy.Social studies textbooks have only comparatively recently begun to include gender as an area of study alongside social class or ethnicity.The assumption is that textbooks, sanitized as they are, are factual and thus noncontroversial.