marolog - a story of lives (in Denmark)

What maro sees, hears, smells, tastes, touches, and feels in his life will be told in his way in this blog. So today, what you'll see through his eyes?

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Today I'm going to introduce dictionaries and translation website which I've been using in daily life.

What dictionary do you usually use?
I'm using these dictionaries. They are for free!

Dictionary Links
No. Language URL Links maro's Comment
1 Japanese <--> English SPACE ALC My favorite Dictionary. There are lots of vocabularies and examples.
2 Japanese <--> English goo Dictionary So so. It's just ok. Not so many vocabularies are there, but sound files of each word are available.
3 English ---> English The Free Dictionary Love it! It provides us the pronunciation of each word by sound, and is also useful as thesaurus.
4 English ---> English Dictionary.com Like it! It is also useful as thesaurus. Sound files are unavailable for free.
5 English ---> English Cambridge Dictionary Simple. Easy to use. No sounds files.
6 English ---> English Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary Simple. Easy to use. No sounds files. Lots of idioms are there.


These are translation website for me!

Translation Website Links
No. Language URL Links maro's Comment
1 Japanese <--> English
Japanese <--> Chinese
Japanese <--> Korean
Excite Translation It's useful for technical sentence translation, I think.
2 Japanese <--> English
Japanese <--> Chinese
Japanese <--> Korean
OCN Translation It's useful for none-technical sentence translation, I think.
3 English <--> Japanese
English <--> Multi Language
AltaVista - Babel Fish Translation It shows strange translation often.


If you know the other dictionaries or translation websites, please let me know and let me share it together!
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