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Category: dictionaries

English-Russian Dictionary

Melodict is a new English-Russian Dictionary that I’ve placed on my Bilingual Exercises webpage under….Russian. If you haven’t seen that page on my website, you might want to check it out. There are links to...

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Fotopedia is a new combination photo-sharing and encyclopedia site. You have to download software in order to upload your photos, so that part isn’t feasible for most schools. However, anybody can access the pages on the...

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Wordnik, which is trying to become the “world’s biggest dictionary,” just opened to the public today. It includes a ton of user created content from throughout the web. For English Language Learners who are...

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One Look Reverse Dictionary

One Look Reverse Dictionary is exactly that — a “reverse” dictionary. Here’s how the site describes itself: “OneLook’s reverse dictionary lets you describe a concept and get back a list of...

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Shahi Dictionary

Shahi is a dictionary that combines simple definitions with quite a few Flickr photos. The combination of the two makes it pretty accessible to English Language Learners. I’m placing the link on my website under...

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Translate With Frengly

Frengly is a new site that allows for quick translation in twenty-four languages. It seems to me that the quality of the translation is okay, though I’d still have to go along with Jeffrey Hill at the English Blog who...

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Tip Of My Tongue

Tip Of My Tongue is an intriguing “dictionary-like” web application. You can do a variety of things to identify a word or its spelling — actions that you couldn’t necessarily take with regular dictionary....

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