Although I haven't found anything like it yet, I'm sure that it must exist somewhere, from back in the 19th century days when written colloquial Chinese was the exception rather than the rule.
Hokwongwei wrote:I have never met a Ch-En dictionary I've liked. They tend to simplify definitions down as if there were a 1:1 equivalence between phrases in two wildly different languages. If you're Chinese is good enough to read classical, just get a regular 漢語辭典 or what not. Those sorts of dictionaries have the most regularly used classical definitions in them, so... problem solved?
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