Australian National Dictionary Centre
ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences
Mark Gwynn is a senior researcher at the Australian National Dictionary Centre.
Mark has written about various aspects of lexicography and Australian English.
He is the editor of more than 30 dictionaries published by Oxford University Press. Mark was a co-editor of the second edition of the Australian National Dictionary (2016), which defines and traces the history of some 16,000 Australian words and phrases. He is currently working on the third edition of this dictionary and also researching the history and vocabulary of Australian rhyming slang.
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