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In this section you will find the Translution top multi–lingual dictionaries that you can use to help you enhance machine translation quality by finding translations.

Once you have found the correct translation enter it into your dictionary.

Once your dictionary has been re–compiled, you will see a permanent improvement in translation quality.

Lexicool — Cool by name, cool by nature! It will take some doing to knock this site off the number one position. A veritable Aladdin's cave of lexical resources, look out for UNTERM, a multilingual terminology database that provides United Nations nomenclature and special terms in all six official UN languages!

The Logos Living Dictionary — This is the "grand daddy" of them all. The first free online dictionary to hit the Web, it now contains over eight million words translated into 232 different languages. The site is a linguistic Disneyland and offers much more than its gargantuan dictionary.

Iate — Iate is a multilingual term bank that was created by the European Commission in 1973. Always a good source for the translations of "difficult" words.

Your Dictionary — An overwhelmingly long list of multilingual online dictionaries.

I Love Languages — Hundreds of dictionaries available.

Frasi.net — An Italian site that includes a number of useful dictionaries.

W3C — The official version of a W3C document is the US English language version at the W3C site. However, they have made available translations of these documents into many languages. A perfect resource for in–context extraction of terminology.

odge.info — German–English online dictionary. Very good coverage and will also return results when searching English words.

Dictionary Online — And finally, a Dutch offering with 12 languages, some of which are quite exotic.












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