[SOLVED!] How to see the definition of a term in the Dictionary Window
Thread poster: Egidijus Slepetys

Egidijus Slepetys  Identity Verified
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German to Lithuanian
Jan 30, 2010


Does anyone know, how to configure the Dictionary Window in Transit, so I can see not only the source and target terms, but also the definitions of them (I mean in the translation process).
Sometimes I make entries of abbreviations and forget, what do they mean. So I want to be sure, this is the right abbreviation.


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[SOLVED!] How to see the definition of a term in the Dictionary Window

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