• Online language dictionaries

    Here's one website you can use to translate words (English-French dictionary or French-English dictionary) : http://www.wordreference.com/

    First, you can listen to the words with British and American pronunciations. And you can also have an English definition and some English synonyms. Let's take the example of the word "LOOK":

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    Then, this is 'LOOK' as a noun:

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    After that, you can have the translation of the word 'LOOK' as a transitive or intranstive verb :

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    Then, this is the word with different prepositions, such as LOOK AFTER, LOOK FORWARD, LOOK FOR... :

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    Finally, you can see the idioms, Oxford entries and the compound words:

    A website to translate

    'WORDREFERENCE' is a good dictionary. Much better than 'reverso' or 'translate-google'!!! Use it if you need a dictionary on the Internet!

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  • Comments

    Saturday 11st February 2012 at 16:14

    I totally agree with you !

    And if you are not satisfied with all the translations suggested, you may look at the bottom of the page, and find the word you're looking for in the context you wanted. Click on it, and you'll find forums where lots of native speakers offer translations, explaining their choices in details !

    A great dictionary indeed !

    Friday 24th February 2012 at 11:40

    Who made this article ?

    Paulettelovesenglish Paulettelovesenglish profile
    Friday 24th February 2012 at 12:20

    @Quentin : Paulettelovesenglish did it!

    Tuesday 20th March 2012 at 19:06

    I often use that dictionary too! Very useful and accurate!


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