A dictionary.

An appositive is a noun or noun phrase that renames another noun before it. often, it helps to explain or identify the noun.

The first noun here is the book. The word 'dictionary' renames the book and makes the reader's knowledge of the type of book more specific.

The punctuation around an appositive depends on the noun before it. If the noun is too general on its own and d... more

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