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Dictionaries for Chinese (pinyin) - English

Collins dictionary (by Reverso)

Type: Multilingual
Owner: Reverso
Description: Collins dictionary (by Reverso) for Spanish, English, French and many more
Languages: Chinese (pinyin)/English, English/Chinese (pinyin), English/French, English/German, English/Italian, English/Portuguese, English/Russian, English/Spanish, French/English, German/English, Italian/English, Portuguese/English, Russian/English, Spanish/English

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CEDICT dictionary

Type: multi-lingual
Owner: Interface to CEDICT database by Erik E. Peterson
Description: CEDICT put together by Paul Denisowksi.
This Chinese/English dictionary provides a searchable interface for the CEDICT dictionary put together by Paul Denisowksi. Searches can be conducted by Chinese (using either the GB, Big5, or Unicode encodings), pinyin, or English. Results will show the Chinese word, the pinyin representation of the word, and the English definition. You can also click on the pinyin to hear how it is pronounced. Some points to remember when using this dictionary: You can download the dictionary data at the CEDICT website. This dictionary is only for words. It will not have phrases (such as "I love you") or names. If you want to find out what your name is in Chinese, please use my Chinese Name Tool. Pin yin must have spaces between syllables. Tone numbers are not required (but can help). Only Hanyu pinyin works, Wade-Giles and Yale will not work. Case is not important. The dictionary is not a translator. It will not translate sentences. Make sure your query is spelt correctly. There is no profanity in the dictionary.
Languages: Chinese (pinyin)/Chinese, Chinese (pinyin)/Chinese (yale), Chinese (pinyin)/English, Chinese (yale)/Chinese, Chinese (yale)/Chinese (pinyin), Chinese (yale)/English, English/Chinese, English/Chinese (pinyin), English/Chinese (yale)

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Type: bi-lingual
Owner: Research Institute for the Humanities (RIH)
Description: A Chinese-English dictionary of modern usage by Lin Yutang.
Languages: Chinese (pinyin)/English, English/Chinese (pinyin)

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