List of online dictionaries

Summary

An online dictionary is a dictionary that is accessible via the Internet through a web browser. They can be made available in a number of ways: free, free with a paid subscription for extended or more professional content, or a paid-only service. Many dictionaries have been digitized from their print versions and are available at online libraries. Some online dictionaries are organized as lists of words, similar to a glossary, while others offer search features, reverse lookups, and additional language tools and content such as verb conjugations, grammar references, and discussion forums. The variety of online dictionaries for specialized topics is enormous, covering a wide range of fields such as computing, business and investing, along with almost any other class of trade, science, art, or common interest with its own terminology.

Selected online English dictionariesEdit

The following is a concise list of online English dictionaries whose definitions are based upon well-established content.

Advanced learner's dictionariesEdit

Other examplesEdit

MultilingualEdit

  • Linguee free multilingual dictionary and contextual sentences. English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Dutch, Italian, Venda and among other languages.
  • LEO (website) free multilingual collaborative dictionary for German
  • Madura English-Sinhala Dictionary free English to Sinhala and vice versa online dictionary.
  • Multitran multilingual online dictionary centered on Russian, and provides an opportunity of adding your own translation
  • Ultralingua free and premium multilingual dictionary
  • Wiktionary collaborative project run by the Wikimedia Foundation
  • WWWJDIC Japanese–English
  • Reverso multilingual collaborative dictionary and contextual translations

English languageEdit

Other specific languagesEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

  • Dictionaries at Curlie
  • OneLook – meta-search of numerous online dictionaries at once