Oxford Arabic Dictionary.zip (10.5 MB)
Thanks a million.
Oxford Arabic Dictionary.zip (16.0 MB)
I was very surprised that so many people liked the dictionary, so I redesigned its layout. What’s more, I extracted and indexed the IDIOMS and PHRASAL VERBS.
Million thanks for this priceless gem.
I’m using the Goldendict app, and you might notice the lines aren’t playing nice – they start off small and then go all out huge at the end. Any way to fix this glitch?
Please download the latest version.
I was about to complain about the typesetting. But I remembered: Beggers can’t be choosers. Thanks a trillion.
Thank you for the new design. One remake if you allow me:
The Arabic diacritical marks must be ignored to search successfully in this dictionary.
English to Arabic: perfect.
Arabic to English: can’t search successfully
I also previously noticed that, but I don’t know Arabic, so I lay it aside. Please guide me by giving some examples.
The word for the animal:
renders in Arabic as:
The word becomes after removing the diacritical marks:
You can solve this problem by redirecting, for example:
I don’t know if there is an online website that deprives the Arabic words from diacritical marks.
The words in the original dictionary data are not in their original form, which I find regrettable. Dealing with these diacritical marks might be challenging.
If you give me the original text for Arabic - English as Excel file, I will try my best to deprive the Arabic words from the diacritical marks.
Arabic - English.txt (13.7 MB)
Simply change the file extension to .csv.
Arabic - English.xlsx (4,9 MB)
I uploaded the file that you have sent me. I removed the diacritical marks from all the entries from row number:
To the end, that is, row number:
Now it’s really perfect. Mere expressions of gratitude seem insufficient to convey the depth of my appreciation for your kind work.