Oxford Dictionary - Oxford Dictionary for English more than 34.000 words.
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1. Support offline, direct translation when search.
2. Standard Ennglish sounds.
3. Store learning words.
4. Support translation via website “http://translate.google.com/”.
5. All free.
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