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Sheila Hardie  Identity Verified
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Jul 6, 2004

Hi,

First of all I apologize for posting in English. Unfortunately, I do not speak Polish and am writing on behalf of a friend (who is not a member of proz.com).

I would like to know which Polish-English/English-Polish general dictionaries - both hardback and CD-ROMs - you would recommend. I found one thread from 2002 in the Polish forum on Polish electronic dictionaries, but I imagine there may be new products on the market now. If there are any really good online Polish-English dictionaries you would recommend, that would be fantastic too.


Many thanks in advance for any advice you can give me.icon_smile.gif


Dziękuję!icon_smile.gif)

Sheila

[Edited at 2004-07-06 09:34]


 

Robert Zawadzki  Identity Verified
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A few options Jul 6, 2004

1. A free (but limited) online dictionary in on ONET
http://slowniki.onet.pl/

2. The two contenders for a title of a best difcrionaries are Kościuszko Foundation Dictionary (with a twist towards American English http://www.kosciuszkofoundation.org/) and PWN/Oxford (British English http://oup.pwn.pl/).


 

Radello
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Helpful link Jul 6, 2004

Hi!

Try the following link:
http://accurapid.com/journal/29poldic.htm

An exhaustive description/comparison of major Polish-English and English-Polish dictionaries.

Voila!


 

Sheila Hardie  Identity Verified
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[Edited at 2004-07-07 15:55]


 

Sheila Hardie  Identity Verified
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Bardzo dziękuję! Jul 7, 2004

Bardzo dziękuję, rzawadzk and Radello!

I am very grateful for your help and shall pass the information on to my friend.icon_smile.gif


Sheila


rzawadzk wrote:

1. A free (but limited) online dictionary in on ONET
http://slowniki.onet.pl/

2. The two contenders for a title of a best difcrionaries are Kościuszko Foundation Dictionary (with a twist towards American English http://www.kosciuszkofoundation.org/) and PWN/Oxford (British English http://oup.pwn.pl/).




 


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