Has anyone ever heard of wordgumbo?
Thread poster: Klaus Dorn
Klaus Dorn
Local time: 21:48
German to English
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Feb 11, 2002

During one of my searches on the net I came across this handy site, which is primarily oriented towards speakers of English who want to study other languages, and students of comparative linguistics who need raw data. It is also useful for businesses to check whether a given word has a negative meaning in some language.



http://www.wordgumbo.com/index.htm


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Hans-Henning Judek  Identity Verified
Local time: 03:48
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Danke, Klaus. Feb 12, 2002

Thank you for sharing this information with the PROZ community. I had a brief look and bookmarked it. Could be quite helpful.

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Sergio Artamonoff
Brazil
Local time: 16:48
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Klaus Feb 12, 2002

I also want to thank you for this information, which indeed is very useful for us.
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Monika Coulson  Identity Verified
Local time: 11:48
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Thank you Klaus Feb 13, 2002

Thank you for sharing this info with us. Very helpful site,

Monika
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katerina kranou
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great site Feb 16, 2002

your info was quite welcome!

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