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Because dictionaries contain cultural references, they can provide insights into the stereotypical attitudes common in a nation towards other countries and ethnicities. This article investigates the image of the Prussians presented by the monolingual Polish dictionary 'Słownik języka polskiego' (1958–1969). The author explored this topic by examining all the headwords in this dictionary listed under the following letters: A, B, C, Ć, K, Z, Ź and Ż. She then analysed all the example sentencesdoi:10.14746/gl.2017.44.2.13 fatcat:smzsvxu7hzcy5omyfcejrmcjim