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Developer: WordWeb Software
Website: http://wordweb.info/free/
Os: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
License: Freeware
Price: $0
Size: 18.07MB
Latest version: 6.0.2.0
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WordWeb is excellent English to English dictionary for windows. You can use it to look up words in almost any OS. WordWeb has a large database which includes root words, grammar and others. With WordWeb, you can see the definitions, synonyms and related words, etc. of the desired words. Of course, you can also connect to the Internet with WordWeb for more you need.

WordWeb has a large range of web resources to look up words for you. For example, Wikipedia, Wiktionary and WordWeb Online. You are allowed to set bookmarks to customize your searches with this English to English dictionary. It will be very convenient for your later use. You can also set filters such as for slang language or offensive words. Then these words will not be displayed. WordWeb also has the ability to add words to the thesaurus dictionary or the custom glossaries.

There are some extensive database revisions and new features in the latest version of WordWeb. Now the audio pronunciations which include both American and British variants have been increased to 70,000. The text pronunciations also add the syllable information. This English to English dictionary now shows derived forms too. There are also more new links between frequently-confused words. Those changes can give you a lot of help to look up words with WordWeb.

WordWeb is such a feature-rich tool for you to look up words. It also has a user-friendly interface which can make you feel instant familiarity. This particular interface also allows quick access to all WordWeb's features. So, if you are looking for a dictionary, try WordWeb. You will have a more comfortable feeling with it when you need to look up words.

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