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The largest French-English dictionary Intuitive and incredibly fast, this dictionary combines a wide-ranging content with an easily accessible interface. With this Éditions Larousse application you can access our most comprehensive French-English dictionary at your fingertips; the equivalent of 2500 pages! - Dictionary contains over a million words and expressions, and gives examples to illustrate meaning - Complete coverage of technical and business vocabulary - Offers a range of linguistic registers, from the literary to slang and the colloquial - 5,000 proper nouns, including people, places, and historical events Thousands of notes and tips - Guidelines for usage (false friends, easily confused words, etc.) - Tips about lexical and grammatical constructions - Cultural notes on Francophone customs and institutions Multiple features: • History and favourites sorted by meaning • Links to and from every word, allowing swift movement from one translation to the next • Pronunciation guide for all words and examples (online mode only) ►Accessibility: adjustable font sizes for greater visual comfort
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When I want to know how to say something in French, I want to type in the English word have the app provide the French word and the pronunciation. There is a button for this, but tapping it results in a “network” error.” I deleted the app and reinstalled but am still only able to get the English pronunciation when I type in an English word, and that is not what I need.
I've been using this dictionary for a couple weeks now in conjunction with Petit Robert & Dictionnaire historique de la langue française. The Larousse is actually better than I had expected. One thing that irks me slightly is the default Cap when you type in a keyword. And if the initial word is accented, it won't come up in search results: so e.g. you're better off searching for Ecrin than Écrin, or turn off Caps and input écrin. On previous iOS Larousse also had apps for its Dictionnaire encyclopédique and its Thesaurus which was really great and which I used a lot. These apps are now gone without a trace. I hope Larousse restores them or refunds the users who bought them. I still have the Thesaurus in my iPhone and haven't upgraded to iOS 11 just do I have access to it.
DO NOT BUY ! The majority of pronunciations do not work, the app is not optimized for IOS13, and crashes often. Disappointed Larousse charges so much for this app and will not fix these issues after years. Instead use wordreference. It is free and has much better translations. Use Google translate if you need quick offline translations.
I bought this expensive app because I saw that it had a sound pronunciation feature. However, when you click on the speaker icons, either nothing happens or an error message pops up. I haven’t gotten the pronunciation sound feature to work even one time. I want my $9.99 back.
I would like to hear the French pronunciation of words but only get an error message. No setting provides a download of a sound file or any other remedy.
Developed by Editions Larousse.
French-English Unabridged dictionary is ranking in Reference & Education
Last update was at May 30, 2021and the current version is 1.1.
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French-English Unabridged dictionary have a 14a user reviews.