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Sarah Downing  Identity Verified
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May 15, 2002

For anyone who hasn\'t already come across it, I wanted to recommended dicdata, a very good online dictionary for GermanEnglish and GermanFrench - it has a wide variety of terms, some that I have not been able to find elsewhere.

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Kim Metzger  Identity Verified
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Yes, I agree May 15, 2002

Sarah, this dictionary was discovered by a ProZ colleague some time ago, but it\'s so useful that it\'s good to let newcomers know about it. I consider it far better than Leo, for example.

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Sarah Downing  Identity Verified
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I use both of them regularly ... May 15, 2002

and once you do, you realise that each is better for certain topics - I think Leo, for example, is slightly better for technical topics. By the way, does anyone know of any online dictionaries for French-English that are comparable with Leo or dicdata? - I know of Eurodicautom and granddictionnaire.com, but am yet to find a really good one for general language.

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