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  • n. A dictionary in electronic form (software or hardware).


Appeared in the 1990s with the advent of the Internet, from e- ("electronic") + dictionary. (Wiktionary)


  • Bookmark an e-dictionary – try Dictionary. com, Your Dictionary and Hyperdictionary.

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  • Plastic logic said that it hopes to develop a product by 2008 that can serve as an e-dictionary or e-newspaper.

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  • It started with a new technology used in e-dictionary.

  • Those three categories - we combined e-dictionary, DLD and KLD - and we called that ELP business, electronic learning products business.

  • So within two or three years, it overtook the market and became the number one e-dictionary seller in China and attracted private equity investors.

  • Android tablets seem to be a dime a dozen at CeBIT this year, but not forgetting the rest of the tech world outside Hanover, we bring you news on the interesting upcoming iriver D1000 e-dictionary.

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  • IRiver outfits e-dictionary with Wi-Fi, 720p video playback

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  • We have covered quite a few e-dictionary products here on Pocketables over the years, including a few from iriver such as the D26 and D5.

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  • The device claims to be the industry's lightest e-dictionary while carrying two AAA batteries that keep it going for a full 110 hours.

  • Here's a Sharp e-dictionary that looks like a phone.


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