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On-Line Dictionaries
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  • Internet Press Dictionaries. An excellent master list of dictionaries plus they let you enter words to find in various kinds of dictionaries. Scroll down to the bottom of their page to get direct links to major languages.
     
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  • Babylon.com. They are an information portal that has a good selection of language dictionaries.
       
  • The Alternative Dictionaries. This is a series of dictionaries with slang expressions in a language with the English definitions. 
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