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Three more Kindle Dictionaries (Italian, Portuguese and Croatian)

We’re glad to announce that 3 more Kindle translation dictionaries are available on Amazon to download:

Kindle English-Italian Dictionary

Kindle English-Italian Dictionary

Kindle English-Italian Translation Dictionary

English-Italian dictionary that contains translations for 47,031 words + derived words (like selected or commenting)


Kindle English-Portuguese Dictionary

Kindle English-Portuguese Dictionary

Kindle English-Portuguese Translation Dictionary

English-Portuguese dictionary that contains translations for 50,820 words + derived words (like selected or commenting)


Kindle English-Croatian Dictionary

Kindle English-Croatian Dictionary

Kindle English-Croatian Translation Dictionary

English-Croatian dictionary that contains translations for 49,412 words + derived words (like selected or commenting)


You can see complete list of our Kindle dictionaries here along with instructions on how to change Kindle dictionary.

1 comment to Three more Kindle Dictionaries (Italian, Portuguese and Croatian)

  • DDHarriman

    Hello

    First of all, congratulations for your work in offering dictionaries for the Kindle. I would like to put 3 questions:

    1 – do your dictionaries just work with the Kindle or one can use tem in other ebooks readers who can accept mobipocket ebooks and dictionaries (example the Bookeen ones);

    2 – do you intent to offer a Portuguese to English translation dictionary?

    3 – do you intent to offer a full Portuguese dictionary?

    Note: I’m supposing the Portuguese dictionary you are offering is for European Portuguese (thus the flag…), so my other questions are restricted to that option too.

    Best regards,

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