Check out today’s Teatime Titbit: 5 online dictionaries for you.
- www.dict.cc on the topic of online dictionaries, here are 5 other dictionaries I recommend: dict.cc is my go-to online dictionary like the more well-known/used Leo.org. Dict.cc also has an app, which you can download onto your phone for offline work.
- www.linguee.de is an online dictionary, which is excellent when it comes to deciding, which word fits the context best because it uses/shows texts translated from websites with the word(s) in action.
- www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com. Jump to the free Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary page to find the ENGLISH definition for words. It has a whole host of other exciting services.
- www.thesaurus.com A ‘thesaurus’ gives you synonyms and antonyms to words and ideal to widen your vocabulary.
- www.urbandictionary.com Can’t you find a word in a traditional dictionary? Chances are that it is a colloquial or slang words, enter Urban Dictionary! What about one of my favourite words: ‘fuckwit’: https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=fuckwit
my go-to (etw, worauf immer Verlass ist), a whole host of (jede Menge) thesaurus (Synonymwörterbuch), chances are that (aller Wahrscheinlich nach).