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workbook

[ wurk-book ]
/ ˈwɜrkˌbʊk /
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noun
a manual of operating instructions.
a book designed to guide the work of a student by inclusion of questions, exercises, etc.
a book in which a record is kept of work completed or planned.
Digital Technology. a file that contains worksheets, or multiple sections, usually in spreadsheet applications.
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Origin of workbook

First recorded in1815–20; work + book
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British Dictionary definitions for workbook

workbook
/ (ˈwɜːkˌbʊk) /

noun
an exercise book or textbook used for study, esp a textbook with spaces for answers
a book of instructions for some process
a book in which is recorded all work done or planned
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