2017-12-30 10:16:41

hi everyone.
So I'm looking for an accessible dictionary or at least an app that I can import glossaries in to.
I don't know any app  other than Babylon which was easy to use long ago, but I hate it's current  interface so does my screen reader. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

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2017-12-31 01:13:30

I use wordweb, you can find it at:
http://www.wordweb.info/

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2017-12-31 04:04:28

Since we're on the dictionary topic, I wanted to ask you guys a question. Because I am lazy to create another topic, and here goes.

Is there anyone here speak French? If you do, is there an accessible dictionary from French to English/ or English to French? I'm asking this on behalf of my friend.

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2017-12-31 07:18:06

Socheat, the only accessible French-English bilingual dictionary I know of is the online website www.wordreference.com.

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2017-12-31 10:41:50

TJT1234, thanks for the link. I'll tell my friend right away.

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2017-12-31 13:31:14

what about the lingea dictionaries? there are plenty of languages, and it was Quite usable. dont know the situation now.

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2018-01-04 21:50:10

@zakc93 thanks a lot. Wordweb Is cool! although it's not what I wanted but it's still something that partially solves my problem.

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2018-01-10 19:36:29

If you have a lot of cash to spend, Freedom Scientific's OpenBook and Kurzweil Education's Kurzweil 1000 have built-in dictionaries.

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Hoping that the memory will leave her spirit soon.

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