Thursday, January 30, 2020

Want an online multilingual dictionary?Try Lingro! Plus - it's free!

If you are searching for a website that allows users to read an article that allows for instant translation of any word, try Lingro.

Simply paste the url of the website into the open field at the top of the site, select the action (to right of where you pasted the url (there is a drop down that will allow you to select the language the article is written in plus the language you would like to have available.

When you select the blue arrow, you will then be taken to the article and when a word comes up that you would like to see the translation, simply click on the word. You can then close out the pop-up or move it to the side and continue reading.

A great feature is that the site will also have definitions available as well for users (it is the default setting). Users can paste in the url, select he blue arrow and when a word comes up they would like a definition of, just select the word!

Pretty cool - right?!

Embedded below is a 1 minute and 33 second YouTube tutorial. Thanks to my friend Christopher Case for sharing this with me the other day!

Take care,

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