TIL that the Fruit orange was first called orange by the French dating back to the 13th century. then 200 years later the orange color was announced by the Oxford dictionary. So the fruit came before the color. rd.com/article/orange-wor…
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Seems like they forgot to add "defeat" to the Polish dictionary
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Half a year ago i first made a DbD slang dictionary, now i decided to update, improve and remake it ! Hope it helps! :)
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When you look up the word S!MP in the dictionary
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Trump supporters armed with rifles and handguns descend on election counting centres where mail-in ballots continue to be tallied and reddittor finds a word in the dictionary for the same reddit.com/r/politics/com…
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The French-language Scrabble World Champion doesn’t speak French. New Zealand native Nigel Richards memorized the entire French Scrabble dictionary, which has 386,000 words, in nine weeks to earn his title
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The updated dictionary and thesaurus logos. So good
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Time to bring out the Dictionary
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Bob might need a dictionary for his next caption. Affordable is not a word to be used here.
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The Urban Dictionary definition for Schutzstaffel, complete with no sources or evidence.
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Found an Onomatopoeia Dictionary for writing sound

http://m.writtensound.com/index.php

Thought this list of onomatopoeia might be helpful for writers who need to figure out that specific sound.

My favorite is snikt from Wolverine.

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Uses half the dictionary to tell me he thinks he's Different From Other Guysβ„’, and the other half to tell me my rejection of him is invalid. reddit.com/gallery/knk85p
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First buy a dictionary for peaks say
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Im just gonna leave it here... -Urban Dictionary
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β€œNo one is blackmailing you.” Proceeds you act out the dictionary definition of emotional blackmail.
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Insist on speaking ONLY second language in class? Hold my bilingual dictionary!

Let me preface this by saying I'm posting on mobile and I was a little shithead as a kid and part of me regrets being such a brat now I'm 30.

It's compulsory to take a second language (usually according to your racial group) during your formal education years in Singapore. Most of the Malay 90s kids grew up speaking their Mother Tongue(MT) at home and excelled in it unless they had learning difficulties.

It's really hard to pick up a second language if you only use it for 45minutes a day in class and I. Hated. It. People made fun of my accent, asked me if I was lost and ended up in the wrong class and saw me as an outsider cos I didn't believe in the same God. I also found it hard to follow the conversations when everyone spoke fast.

Fast forward to when I was 13 and had just moved on to secondary school. To my horror, there was only 1 MT class and we weren't going to be banded according to our abilities. Here I was a C- student surrounded by native speakers and now I have to keep up with them.

The MT teacher introduced herself by saying we would only speak in MT during class and then went on a full blown rant about race, religion, culture and identity of which I only understood 40% of. The rant started because she noticed some of the girls had tweezed their eyebrows and it was "against their religion" or some shit like that. Part of the rant I recognized as mildly offensive towards those who did not subscribe to the same religion.

"Oh great. I hate this teacher already." I thought.

Cue malicious compliance (because I didn't like the teacher). I made sure I brought my translator dictionary to keep in my locker and brought it to MT class each time.

The day finally came when she asked me a question and I painstakingly attempted to look up every single word of what she said. By the 6th word, she gave up and asked me the sentence in English. I then looked up every single word of my answer in English and directly translated it to Malay. The process took about 10minutes.

She never called my name again and I continued being the mediocre C- student in Malay for the rest of my formal education in Singapore.

TL;DR Speak only in second language during a class which was way beyond my ability due to no fault of my own? Wait while I painstakingly translate every word manually with a bilingual dictionary and waste the entire class's time.

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I remember seeing this as a kid in the Visual Dictionary. Now after nearly 30 years I see it in action. It's the little things.
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Male karen who doesn't own a dictionary...
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You are still lacking! PS. K, the dictionary and spellcheck could be your friend. 🀣
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I wish words inside dictionary were also clickable so I would be able to really understand the meaning.
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The Basic Hololive JP dictionary for newcomers!

INTRODUCTION (can be skipped)

So a over a week ago i started thinking about how many Japanese expressions i was learning from wasting months spending so much time here watching streams despite not having learnt formally a bit of Japanese. I ended up gathering all the terms, inside jokes i read and heard a lot in the streams to make idk some starter pack meme or test to post lol. But then i thought that maybe it would be more useful to make it a more in deep dictionary. We have many new people coming from the EN side or translated clips and some of them are understandably thrown off or scared on watching something which is 99% in a language you don't know. This isn't the first time someone has tried to do this, there was a very complete post 3 months ago (https://www.reddit.com/r/Hololive/comments/icgxaq/a_guide_to_basic_written_hololive_japanese/) but from that time till now we have 3x more subscribers and this was more focused on written posts. Mine is different.

The focus of this one is mostly two things: That you learn enough things to get a tiny tiny grasp on what's going on streams if there isn't enough translation and than you can get and join in in most inside jokes even if you aren't into the weaboo culture stuff.

HOW TO USE

Trying to study this is a pointless endeavour. Just look it over with CTRL+F (too lazy to order it alphabetically now) when you hear some term you want an explanation on or some inside term that you don't get fully. The first word is how the word is in romanji (latin alphabet) and then how is written in Japanese (normally hiragana) in case you want to use it. The dictionary divided into 3 sections for ease of use. This isn't a complete rundown of all the Hololive lingo because it would be waay too long and or a Japanese language course because it goes over my knowledge and as a language is way too nuanced and contextual to teach in one post. But i'm open for submissions and corrections from japanese speakers, i only did the work to research every term from others!

If you need a more complex translation althrough it's far from perfect, it's always recommended that you use DeepL (https://www.deepl.com/en/translator)

DICTIONARY:

Basic Japanese expressions:

  • Ohayo (γŠγ―γ‚ˆγ†): β€œGood morning”. Casual form of β€œOhayo gozaimasu” (γŠγ―γ‚ˆγ†γ”γ–γ„γΎγ™)

  • Konnichiwa (こんにけは): β€œGood afternoon”

  • Konbanwa (こんばんは): β€œGood evening”

  • Oyasumi (γŠγ‚„γ™γΏ): β€œGood night”. Casual form of Oyasuminasai (γŠγ‚„γ™γΏγͺさい)

  • Hontouni? (ζœ¬ε½“γ«): β€œReall

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If you look up the word β€œBadass” in the dictionary, there’s a picture of Rogue. reddit.com/gallery/khk3mw
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Was bored and ended up exploring the Urban Dictionary site. I'd never heard of half of these 'flips', let alone done them (Swipe to see all 9 flips) reddit.com/gallery/kl7241
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Urban Dictionary of asexual:
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Why doesn’t Apple offer a stock dictionary app on iOS like they do on Mac OS?

I love that app on my Mac. Best dictionary/thesaurus I’ve used on an electronic device.

Why can’t we have that on iOS?

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Someone made this urban dictionary definition of GeminiOfficial who was a 20 year old tiktoker who fucked a 15 year old...
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The front page of dictionary.com
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Dictionary be like *bruh*
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Today, we ban the word "parsley" from all dictionaries. Thank you so much, Haiti!

##Inite se fΓ²s!


This January 1st is Haiti's Independence Day!

On this day 217 years ago, after years of revolution, the black people of Haiti have finally gotten their freedom from their former French overlords. No longer were they forced to be slaves or, even worse, consume frogs, snails and baguettes. Huzzah!

The mouseovers on the header represent different periods of the country's history:

  • The victory against the French in the Haitian Revolution which granted the country its independence
  • The two brief periods when Haiti was technically an empire
  • The separation of the Dominican Republic from the once united Hispaniola
  • Haiti's current crippling social and economic situation
  • The future which will with absolute 100% certainty render Haiti a prosperous superpower ^^^^^Nah

This last-minute event has been thrown together in 6 hours by these insane dingbats:

  • /u/Paraguay_Stronk
  • /u/TheSnipenieer
  • /u/Diictodom
  • /u/paulionm
  • /u/nohead123
  • /u/vhisz
  • /u/love_samantha_
  • /u/sharkbutttt
  • /u/kay10panda
  • /u/This_ls_Me

And, as always, special thanks to /u/AndyRedditor for his CSS magik help.


To celebrate to the fullest, add two hashes (##) at the beginning of the row of your patriotic call, like this:

##FUCKEZ-VOUS RÉPUBLIQUE DOMINICAINE

##FUCKEZ-VOUS RÉPUBLIQUE DOMINICAINE

Note: For those users using New Reddit or a mobile app, click here to see the event in full.

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Anyone up for a game of Uxbridge English Dictionary? I'll start

Rectally. A list of written off cars.

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Urban dictionary sure is accurate
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Bottom according to urban dictionary
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Aryan Brotherhood Deytch Dictionary.
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Guide : How to Understand a Latin Dictionary

Introduction

Reading a dictionary seems like it should be something that isn't too difficult to understand without reading the instructions, but in many cases, this simply isn't true; much like in text speak common terms can be reduced to informal spellings (think ttyl or wuu2) for ease of brevity, the same is done for Latin dictionaries. The only downside to this is that it can sometimes be difficult to gauge what a dictionary is telling you amongst all the shorthand. This article assumes you're aware Latin has grammatical case and gender, but apart from that, you don't need to have any proficiency whatsoever.

Common Abbreviations in Dictionaries

Primarily, it's important to make sure that common terms that will occur in a dictionary are understood. The following are common abbreviations used by dictionaries; you don't need to memorise these, but it may help to at least be aware of them:

  • Often the cases will be expressed with their first three letters, e.g. nom. voc. abl.
  • Often the genders are reduced to m./masc., f./fem., and n./neu. respectively
  • abbr. = the term is an abbreviation
  • acc. to = according to
  • act. = active (e.g. I eat as opposed to I am eaten)
  • adj. = adjective
  • adv./advbs. = adverb
  • cf. = confer/conferatur (compare)
  • conj. = conjunction/connective
  • defect. = the term is defective (doesn't have the full conjugation pattern)
  • dep. = deponent (the term conjugates in the passive to give an active meaning)
  • exclam. = the term is an exclamation
  • imper. = the term is a command (imperative) or the term is impersonal
  • interrog. = the term is a "question word"
  • irreg. = the term is irregular (doesn't follow the expected conjugation)
  • neg. = the term makes the sentence negative
  • prep. = preposition
  • prop. = properly
  • reflex. = reflexive (the verb requires the reflexive pronoun)
  • sg. = the noun is singular
  • v. = the term is a verb

These are only the general ones you may run into, and each dictionary has their own abbreviations they use, especially for more well-known authors and their respective works; to find the meaning of a specific abbreviation, every dictionary should have a General List of Abbreviations. Here is the list for Lewis & Short Latin Dictionary, generally considered the best of the English-language Latin dictionaries available.

What are Lemmata?

A lemma, put simply, is the main form of any word β€” the one you would recognis

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I created the term 'Saviour of Gaming' on Urban Dictionary to attribute that title to Hidetaka Miyazaki because he's the only one worthy of such high praise. Go upvote it.
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Without using the internet or a dictionary, in how many languages can you count to ten? What are those languages?
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Finally, A Chinese dictionary extension to look for Pinyin, Stroke guide, Etymology, Grammar, Component, Compound words, Heisig,... and more . Thanks for your help.

Hi Reddits,

[Latest update: 7 Jan 2021]

We have fully integrated GlotDojo to Viki as you requested. And I have sent the gift code to all of you. Thanks for your support.

In the upcoming update, we will enhance the PDF translating experiences and then introduce the screenshot translating feature which translates the embedded text in an image or video. Sound promising to you?

Dual sub, pinyin, & lookup on Viki

[First post: 22 Dec 2020]

1 year ago I posted that my husband and I were planning to create an extension to look up Chinese words with all details that a learner may look for: Pinyin, Stroke guide, Etymology, Grammar, Component, Compound words, Heisig ... And also, it supports watching movies/ videos with dual subtitles, and listening modes. And now, I'm so thrilled to share with you that we've just got it published on Chrome store. We named it GlotDojo.

Chinese dictionary - all in one.

We're a small team, husband and wife, and we made it all by ourselves. We hope that you can try using it while watching Chinese movies or reading Chinese news, and share with us what you think we should improve. The GlotDojo is a multilanguage tool with a premium Chinese add-on. I would send you a gift code so that you can try the add-on with no fee. Pls leave your comment and I will contact you all in person

谒谒你们

Some unique features:

  • detect & look up instantly any single/compound words on webpages and subtitles, with Pinyin, stroke guide, examples, Heisig, grammar
  • watch movies with dual subtitles, pinyin & auto-translated sub (Netflix, Amazon, Youtube, iQ, WeTV)
  • listening mode with auto-pause, speed control, fast forward, rewind, 20+ shortcut keys
  • lookup functions work on most video-sites (you can integrate Glot to the video site you want)
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Looked Rae up on Urban Dictionary. Was not disappointed with the results.
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Ever wanted to be a good player at krunker? Well for that, you need to be good at common krunker english, so here is a small Krunker dictionary with the most common phrases
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Taylor’s Dictionary: evermore edition reddit.com/gallery/kfonfu
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Straight from the dictionary
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My German dictionary even has entries for some of the units from the (classic) game "Age of Empires 2" - now that's what I call thorough!
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Tag yourself I'm the one who doesn't understand quantum physics and cites dictionaries on a regular basis
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He also got a remote-control toy race car, some books, a cup of coffee, an electronic dictionary, a barbell and 2 dumbbells, an electric guitar, a stationary gym bicycle, a lamp, a table, a chair with pillow, a water bottle and a lighter. reddit.com/gallery/k5tokn
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My grandads old scrabble dictionary (1964 edition) has these etches in the side for each letter.
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I made a simple virtual chessboard after finishing up the chapter on dictionary from Automate The Boring Stuff

For so long I struggle when trying to understand dictionary, but ATBS really explain it well. For a test project, I made this virtual chess board. I tried using everything I learnt upto that point

import sys

board = {}
def empty_board(bo):
    #this func initiates and empties a board
    bo.clear()
    angka = 8
    for row in range(1, 9):
        for column in range(1,9):

            board.setdefault ((chr(ord("@")+column) + str(angka)), "___")
            
        angka -= 1

def print_board(bo):    
    for cell, piece in bo.items():
        if cell.startswith("H"):
            print(piece)
        else:
            print(piece, end=" ")

def default_board(bo):
    for cell, piece in bo.items():
        if cell == "A8":
            bo[cell] = "B_r"
        if cell == "B8":
            bo[cell] = "B_n"
        if cell == "C8":
            bo[cell] = "B_b"
        if cell == "D8":
            bo[cell] = "B_q"
        if cell == "E8":
            bo[cell] = "B_k"
        if cell == "F8":
            bo[cell] = "B_b"
        if cell == "G8":
            bo[cell] = "B_n"
        if cell == "H8":
            bo[cell] = "B_r"
        if cell == "A7":
            bo[cell] = "B_p"
        if cell == "B7":
            bo[cell] = "B_p"
        if cell == "C7":
            bo[cell] = "B_p"
        if cell == "D7":
            bo[cell] = "B_p"
        if cell == "E7":
            bo[cell] = "B_p"
        if cell == "F7":
            bo[cell] = "B_p"
        if cell == "G7":
            bo[cell] = "B_p"
        if cell == "H7":
            bo[cell] = "B_p"
        if cell == "H1":
            bo[cell] = "W_r"
        if cell == "G1":
            bo[cell] = "W_n"
        if cell == "F1":
            bo[cell] = "W_b"
        if cell == "E1":
            bo[cell] = "W_k"
        if cell == "D1":
            bo[cell] = "W_q"
        if cell == "C1":
            bo[cell] = "W_b"
        if cell == "B1":
            bo[cell] = "W_n"
        if cell == "A1":
            bo[cell] = "W_r"
        if cell == "A2":
            bo[cell] = "W_p"
        if cell == "B2":
            bo[cell] = "W_p"
        if cell == "C2":
            bo[cell] = "W_p"
        if cell == 
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