Jan Stanisławski (1893–1973) was a Polish lexicographer.
Before World War II, as a lecturer in English at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland, Stanisławski compiled an English-Polish, Polish-English dictionary. This one-volume dictionary was reprinted during World War II in Great Britain (first reprint, March 1940).
Stanisławski behind augmented this modest dictionary into what became The Great English-Polish, Polish-English Dictionary (Wielki słownik angielsko-polski, polsko-angielski) published (variously, in 2 or 4 volumes) in Poland.
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