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 Post subject: English-Lithuanian-english dictionary
PostPosted: 2009 01 12, 13:54 
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Does anyonw know a website to go to and get an English definition of a Lithuanian word? I need to understand the differences in meanings and examples of usage of words.

For example, if I type "to worship" into Anglonas or look up in a book, to name just a few examples I get these Lithuanian verbs: garbinti, gerbti, dievinti, and dalyvauti. Same problem with many other words. How do I know which to choose to convey the meaning I want?

All the examples of sentences used are Lithuanian on the websites and programs I have.

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PostPosted: 2009 01 12, 16:56 
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I don't know if it helps much, but try this:

http://www.progress.lt/cgi-bin/intraled.exe

(well I prefer Anglonas for me) ;)


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 Post subject: Lithuanian dictionary
PostPosted: 2009 01 12, 18:15 
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Thanks Ms Palomita! You are one awesome chic! :D That is exactly what I needed! Anglonas is great and I like it best when have my computer. But nice to have a website to go to and compare with Anglonas or when away from home (like internet cafe). And some of my foreign friends (also learning Lithuanian as beginners now) don't yet have the Anglonas program, so a website is better for them too! Thanks much as always! :D

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 Post subject: Online dictionary
PostPosted: 2009 02 02, 00:31 
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Hey,

I use that one: http://www.lingvozone.com/main.jsp?do=d ... id_from=52

pretty happy with it as well.

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