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▶ 6 famous English dictionaries
Monolingual English dictionaries
-Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary (136,000 words, 100,000 examples)
-Oxford Dictionary of English (124,000 words, 139,000 examples)
-Collins English Dictionary (122,000 words, 24,000 examples)
-Wiktionary (980,000 words)
Learner's English Dictionaries
-Merriam-Webster’s Advanced Learner's English Dictionary (59,000 words, 140,000 examples)
-Collins Cobuild Advanced Learner's English Dictionary (45,000 words, 100,000 examples)
▶ 1,000,000 Pronunciations: American, British, Australian, Indian accents, and more!
NAVER English Dictionary features pronunciations provided by various trusted dictionaries. Also, pronunciations provided by a variety of users from all around the world can be listened to!
▶ Auto-saving Wordbook
Do you need to search for a word again? Do you remember it? Doesn’t matter, as those words are always auto-saved!
In RECENTS, words that you search for immediately become a tidy and orderly word list.
In FAVORITES, you can ‘star’ the word to favorite it and check it out again later.
Cheers to all language lovers! :)
▶ Share your accent in Accentia - The Land of Accents!
Each country has its own unique English accent.
Words can be pronounced differently according to the speaker's age, tone, area, and more.
Share your accent, and let others learn how words are pronounced in your area!
Your pronunciation will be shared with other users of NAVER English dictionary, helping them learn how words are pronounced in different parts of the world!
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Please leave your inquiry with NAVER English Dictionary Customer Center ( https://m.help.naver.com/support/contents/contentsView.help?contentsNo=14996&lang=en ) in case a problem occurs while using the app.
1. Bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
New Update is a Downgrade
Naver Dictionary used to be, by far, the best Korean-English dictionary app. The newest update, completely changing the interface, made it harder to use. I can no longer find the illustrations that used to go with idioms. For example, there used to be funny illustrations that went along with 밀당하다 and also 누워서 떡 먹기 etc. These illustrations helped me remember vocabulary and learn more effectively. Additionally, the text was a lot easier to read in the old version (not the text size, the text layout). When I look at the Vlive fan subs in the new version, why is the 한글 so tiny compared to the English text, which is bolded? This makes it so hard to read! Developers, please make the old version accessible again. It was superior in layout, information, and usability. PLEASE RESTORE THE OLD VERSION! Thank you so much for giving thoughtful consideration to these concerns.
Poorly handled migration
It seems that there is a new version and an old version of the site and app. The new version has a blue layout and looks slightly more modern. Both the old and new versions are accessible on desktop, confusingly enough, but the mobile app is on the new version. The frustration comes in the fact that the new version requires you to migrate your word book from the old version. This is apparently an action manually triggered by the user via a Start button, according to the blogpost. However, no where in sight do I see this supposed Start button. I feel like my account is in this weird limbo where I shouldn't add new words to my word lists, and I can't access my old word lists on mobile. Moreover, the new version on desktop is basically the mobile app layout but stretched out, which makes it look awkward and wastes space on a computer screen. Please resolve this word book migration issue and please design the new desktop site to be more optimal for desktop screen sizes.
App vs Website
I noticed the new app version doesn’t have all the words and definitions that the web site version has. Just one example with a random word I just needed to look up - 밤새우다 - it gives me nothing in the app but it has a definition and examples when I look on the website.
Can the app have all the definitions the website has? I like the app better because it includes things like conjugations and audio examples of them, but it’s not as helpful if it doesn’t have all the same definitions.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for using NAVER Korean Dictionary, the dictionary page provided in our app is based on a web page, so the app have all the definitions the website has.
could you please send us the error to the customer center (https://m.help.naver.com/support/inquiry/input.help?categoryNo=14572&serviceNo=18092&lang=en.) with screenshots, we will check the error very soon, thanks!
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