BEIJING (AFP) - China’s “most inclusive” dictionary is set to expand by nearly a third to nearly half a million entries across 25 volumes, state media reported on Tuesday. It will take seven years to fully revise the Hanyu Da Cidian, first published in 1986, for its second edition, the state news agency Xinhua said, with the first volume due to be released in 2015. China’s most authoritative dictionary, the Contemporary Chinese Dictionary, included a relatively sparse 69,000 entries by comparison in its sixth edition, published earlier this year.