Dictionary – M-W Premium MODDED 2022

5.3.7

America's best dictionary and thesaurus - with premium content and no ads
3.9/5 Votos: 9,587
Versión
5.3.7
Actualización
12.05.2022
Requerimientos
4.4 and up
Tamaño
121M
Consíguelo en
Google Play

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Descripción

Get America’s most useful and respected dictionary, optimized for your Android device. This is the best Android app for English language reference, education, and vocabulary building.

And now we’ve added new word games! It’s never been more fun to learn new words and test your vocabulary for everyone from English learners to total word nerds. Hundreds of words to test your skills.

Offline access: You’ll have complete access to definitions and synonyms whether or not you’re connected. You will need a connection to view illustrations, hear audio pronunciations, and use voice search.

Features:

* No ads
* Full Thesaurus: more than 200,000 word choices, examples, and explanations
* New Vocabulary-Building Quizzes: fun, fast quizzes to learn new words or test your vocabulary
* Voice Search: look up a word without having to spell it
* Word of the Day: learn a new word every day.
* Example Sentences: understand how a word is used in context
* Quick Definitions: perfect for on-the-go lookups
* Audio Pronunciations: voiced by real English speakers, not text-to-speech robots
* Favorite Words and Search History: Keep track of the words that are most important to you
* Premium Content: over 1000 graphical illustrations, and over 20,000 additional entries covering people, places, and foreign terms
* For Tablets: Scrolling Index: browse the entire dictionary

Novedades

Bug fixes and other small tweaks.

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4 comentarios en "Dictionary – M-W Premium MODDED 2022"

  1. Dallin Nelson dice:

    The database is great – it’s the interface that ruins this app. Each word in the hair-trigger thesaurus links to a new list, and the back button exits to the home screen. The only way to get back to the word you were on is to swipe all the way back through your history and hope the overly sensitive links don’t hurt you again. It’s distracting, which absolutely shouldn’t happen with a tool meant for keeping you in a creative flow. Please fix.

  2. Geoff Walker dice:

    Too limited. OK for quick lookups but insufficient information to be really satisfying. Doesn’t have enough words. Should have automatic link to website when a word can’t be found. User interface is adequate but feels like 10 years ago. App should provide “closest fit” suggestions when there’s not a word match (configurable in Settings). Phone Back button should back up in app, NOT go back to app’s home page. Overall, not really worth paying for (insufficient value in Premium).

  3. Nick Sedillos dice:

    This app is missing words (e.g. “plotz”) that are present in the free web version, which seems unacceptable for a paid app. Some of the features from the website (such as recent usage examples and search suggestions) are also missing from the app. There are also cases where tapping a word in a definition takes you to the wrong link (e.g. “Muslim” sends you to the old-fashioned “Moslem”). On the positive side, the layout is very clean and easy to read, better than the web version.

  4. Ji Feng dice:

    On the original version of the page, it displayed at the top concise text for commonly used meaning. so that you don’t have go down to the full definition. Recently, they removed that. Instead, now every page displays a useless large-font title “Collegiate Definition”. By doing further research, it turns out that these concise text are from learner’s dictionary which they now separately charge. I understand they need revenue to support the app. I will also understand if they adopt annual subscription model. I don’t mind purchase the learner’s dictionary. But it would be very inconvenient to look up a single word from two different apps.

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