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Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary.
I think the title is wrong:
The dictionary will be used by not just the owner.
Actually even written LEARNERS
you don't need an apostrophe as it's a title.
You don't need the apost in
Parking at Owner's Risk.
And THAT has to be singular as an individual person is being addressed.