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Free Lingoes Offers 410 Dictionaries in 29 Languages Besides 40 Languages Translation


Two weeks ago, I wrote an article on how you can get your free copy of Genuine Babylon 7 which was updatable to latest version 8. Now this offer is over but I found a free software which is much better than Babylon. This is Lingoes. In fact, Lingoes saves your $94 which is big amount. If you do search, you will find many dictionaries free of cost but you could hardly find a software which would be like Lingoes. Software like Lingoes always costs you your money but Lingoes is free.

Lingoes offers 410 dictionaries in 29 world famous languages. It helps you to translate full text, on screen captured words, selected text translation and much more. It can help you many languages because of its abilities which you will find in paid software. Some famous languages which are supported by Lingoes are Arabic, Chinese(S)(T), Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Persian, Russian, Spanish, Turkish and much more.

Some Popular Dictionaries & Thesauruses offered by Lingoes:

*Wikipedia is a multilingual, Web-based, free-content encyclopedia. It is written collaboratively by volunteers with wiki software, meaning articles can be added or changed by nearly anyone.
*Longman dictionary (LDCE) is one of three authoritative dictionaries. As the best learning tool, it offers detailed definition with 65000 example sentences, and a plenty of explaination of grammar, syntax and usage.
*Collins COBUILD Advanced English Dictionary is the famous dictionary for learning English and the preferred tool.
*The Merriam-Webster Dictionary contains over 225,000 definitions, phrases, idioms, and usage examples. Dictionary definitions include pronunciations, etymologies, derivatives and illustrations, as well as, links to related words and definitions.
*The Macmillan English Dictionary is the first learners’ dictionary that is uniquely designed from scratch to allow you to find the word you want using a book OR your computer.
*Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary (2nd edition published 2005), containing 72,500 sense entries including: definitions, grammatical coding, register and variety coding, example sentences with highlighted collocates
*WordNet® is a large lexical database of English, developed under the direction of George A. Miller. Nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs are grouped into sets of cognitive synonyms (synsets), each expressing a distinct concept. Synsets are interlinked by means of conceptual-semantic and lexical relations.

You can use 14 translation engines to translate your text. Some of them are Google Translator, Yahoo Translator, Yahoo Bable Fish, Click2Translate, Cross Language, Baidu Translation, etc. You can translate 44 languages into 41 languages. One more thing is it can speak what you write. Give him a text which Lingoes can identify and listen it. By this way, you can learn and improve your language. Read more about Lingoes and access it HERE.


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@ FatCat – there are 14 translation engines. If you think one is not translating well, use the other translation engine. So, you can check all 14. It is better that just one translation engine e.g. Google translation or Babylon translation.

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