Dictionary .NET 1.7.3501

Dictionary .NET is a tiny, easy and smart multilingual dictionary translating from/to 43 languages using Google's services.
Integrates Google Dictionary, Translate, Suggest, Wikipedia (4-in-1) without installing them.
Free, Tiny, Smart and Standalone! Released date: 2009-08-02

(Dictionary + Translation) Arabic, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew,
Hindi, Italian, Chinese Traditional, Chinese Simplified, Korean, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Thai
(Translation only) Albanian, Catalan, Danish, Estonian, Filipino, Galician, Hungarian, Indonesian, Japanese, Latvian,
Lithuanian, Maltese, Norwegian, Persian, Polish, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian

What's new (v1.7.3501):

  • Added Smart Translation
  • Updated Google Dictionary
Features:
  • Smart Translation
  • Translate Selected Text with a hotkey
  • Full-Text Translation
  • Single click without selected text
  • Text suggestions
  • Translate a web page
  • Open File to Translate
  • Multilanguage List
  • Wikipedia Search
Supported Operating Systems: Win XP/2K3/Vista/2K8/Win7 (x86/x64)
Requires: Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0, Online connection required.

Download: Dictionary .NET 1.7.3501 (just 72KB)
Link: Dictionary .NET Website
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5 Comments

doesn't matter about the translator part, i need to be able to spell in english first.

hense google always gets it right

So I'm chatting in IRC and I want to pull out a big word to make it sound like I know wtf I'm talking about, but I know if I spell it wrong, I'll be hammered into the ground by 10 trolls. The conversation is flying along and if I hang around to long, whatever I was about to say will no longer be relevant.

I wish mIRC had an in-line spell checker, but for now this is the best option for me.

incorrect spelling > Ctrl + Shift + Left (to highlight word) > Ctrl C > Alt Z = instant result.

If the word is unrecognised, the cursor is still in the box, so I can try again and hit enter for a new result.

If you need to use it a lot like I do you get pretty fast at this key combo.

Just wish I didn't have to use the mouse to copy the correct spelling, once found.

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