(full disclosure: neither of these sites paid me, I only endorse things that I like)Along with having a print dictionary, I like to look for online resources for dictionaries. I thought that I would write about two of my favorite online resources.
Along with having a print dictionary, I like to look for online resources for dictionaries. I thought that I would write about two of my favorite online resources.
There are a multitude of different websites that offer language-specific dictionaries. For this post, I am going to recommend one in particular.
If you are trying to learn Spanish, I highly recommend you to use spanishdict.com. This is one of, if not the best online Spanish language reference sites. This site is not only a dictionary, but also has a Spanish>English and English>Spanish translator.
Now I want to move on to a dictionary site for various different languages. My favorite site for several different two-way dictionaries is wordreference.com
This is one of my favorite resources for language learning. They have a number of two-way dictionaries for several languages.
What I like about this site:
-lots of examples
-a huge reference of words
I highly recommend both of these sites
Both of these sites also have apps for your phone
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