- n. trademark A collaborative project run by the Wikimedia Foundation to produce a free and complete dictionary (lexicon and thesaurus therein) in every language.
- n. The dictionaries, collectively, produced by that project.
- n. A particular version of this dictionary project, written in a certain language, such as the English-language Wiktionary or simply the English Wiktionary.
- Blend of wiki and dictionary (Wiktionary)
“The online dictionaries which provide sound files also all have pronunciations with the allophones t̬ or ɾ rather than d, including Wiktionary, which is usually the most up to date.”
“The Ninjawords dictionary, based on an online project called Wiktionary, was censored to eliminate obscene words.”
“On January 1, co-founder Jimmy Wales announced in a blog post that the Wikimedia Foundation, Wikipedia's non-profit parent company that also manages other free Wikis such as Wiktionary, Wikiquote and Wikimedia Commons, had reached its yearly fundraiser goal in record time.”
“Plusiers sont vieillies, mais Merriam-Webster, The American Heritage Dictionary, The Oxford English Dictionary (quand il (elle?) arrive) et même Wiktionary valent la peine.”
“Great question, so I looked it up in the Wiktionary - Hope this helps - raghorn”
“Wiktionary defines "artspeak" as "the specialist vocabulary associated with art and artists.”
“And that those same restrictions on women must be removed in order to bring about the equality of both sexes (via Wiktionary).”
“Wiktionary. org sums up my point clearly when it comments on the phrase The More things change, the more they stay the same ~A proverb making the observation that turbulent changes do not affect reality on a deeper level other than to cement the status quo.”
“Ninja Words uses Wiktionary to provide definitions.”
“Are you familiar with what a Wiktionary or a Wiki actually is?”
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