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It seems that this dictionary was published by the author himself (rather than an established publisher) and it is printed according to a demand on Amazon. My copy was printed on September 8, 2017. The author seems to be very competent in his knowledge of Arabic. But a very good lexicographic work of this kind will require, sooner or later, that some scholars review it and give some critical comments, indicate how to improve it or what should be corrected. There is an indication in the preface that the dictionary was proof-read by someone, so perhaps to some extent, this need has been addressed.
This dictionary was published four years ago. The author probably can introduce changes and corrections easily because, as I noted, the dictionary is published when an order is placed on Amazon. For this reason, I am disappointed by some errors and mistakes that I found while using this dictionary. For example, “which no not have roots” on page iv (probably for “which do not have roots”). Four years after the appearance of this book for sale, such typos should have been eliminated in this kind of publication that is printed on demand.
It would be nice if the author were able to mark somehow the core vocabulary, the first 1000 or 1500 most important and most used words and significantly expand their entries by adding more useful sample sentences (with transcriptions, please!). In my opinion, this kind of expansion would turn this great dictionary into a masterful lexicographic achievement and a truly user’s dictionary for beginning and intermediate students of Arabic, something comparable in quality to the existing excellent dictionaries of this kind for students of English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, and many other languages (but not yet for Arabic). Needless to say, I recommend this dictionary to students of Arabic, but I expect the author to spend some more time with this dictionary to eliminate as many typos and errors as possible.