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A good dictionary is one of the most important tools for Spanish students.
There is a great selection of free dictionaries available
online, but it's also a good idea to have a program or two on your
computer and maybe even an old-fashioned paper copy for your desk.
The Harper Collins Robert hardcover includes more than 130,000 entries. It
lists both American and British English, and indicates whether terms are
specific to certain regions of the Spanish-speaking world.
Harper-Collins Spanish Dictionary
If the above dictionary is too big for your purposes,
there is a pocket version by the same publishers. It includes the same
features as the hardcover, but is considerably smaller, with about
Harper-Collins Pocket Spanish Dictionary
If you are serious about becoming fluent in
Spanish, you'll need to invest in a Spanish-only dictionary: get into
the habit of looking things up and reading the Spanish definition,
rather than looking up translations.
El Diccionario de la Lengua española
This dictionary can be used right here - just choose
Spanish-to-English or English-to-Spanish, type your word, and hit
enter to see the translation.
The Spanish audio dictionary contains more than 700 alphabetical entries,
each with a Spanish word or expression, sound file, English translation, and
link to additional information.
Diccionario de español
Type a Spanish word to see its part of speech, any derivations, and a list
of definitions. Spanish only.
Choose between regular, visual, and specialized dictionaries. You must
register to be able to use this site - it's free for 30 days.
Online English-Spanish-English audio dictionary, with more than 56,000
entries, about 15% of which include audio.
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