Review: Vdict.com dictionary

Where I taught English, this was the dictionary the Teaching Assistants used for reference.

I started using it myself and found it’s pretty thorough and most of the time has examples of the word in different contexts. I actually think it’s better than my dictionary in book form!

Here’s an example:

Example of vdict.com in use

Many words also have an audio file so you can hear the pronunciation, with a northern accent of course.

It has multi-lingual dictionary features currently: English↔Vietnamese, Vietnamese-Vietnamese, French↔Vietnamese and Chinese→Vietnamese.

Over to you: Have you used Vdict.com? Do you have any other dictionary recommendations? Tell us in the comments.

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  1. Paul Denisowski

    Please also check out my Vietnamese-English Dictionary Project (VNEDICT) : over 52,000 entries, both searchable and downloadable as a single text file, and edited by a native English speaker.

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