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RE: FRENCH DICTIONARY?



Try http://bablefish.altavista.com  I don't know if it can do all you
want but it's worth a try.  It does stumble over technical terms.
It translates  English into French, German, Italian, Portuguese,
and Spanish (or from those 5 into English.)

Jim Yahr
Carlsbad, NM


On Monday, March 08, 1999 7:56 AM, Owen Russell Jones 
[SMTP:owen.jones@port.ac.uk] wrote:
> I'd be very inerested in finding sites like these too. For French and
>
> German mainly. Could you mail replies to this to me also...
>
> Ta!
> Owen
>
> >
> > Hello all---
> >
> > Don't worry, there is something dinosaurian in this message (in
> > other
> > words, its for a good purpose).
> >
> > I have had the pleasure of trying to translate a few French papers
> > and
> > it is very tedious.  I have been relying on a half-rate online
> > French
> > dictionary where none of the words fits.  Anyway, can somebody 
point
> > the
> > way to a good French-English dictionary online or not?  Plus, I
> > heard on
> > NPR many moons ago about this one website that translates languages
> > (I
> > believe in phrases and into and out of multiple languages) quite
> > well;
> > can somebody send me the link (off-line preferably)?
> >
> > -------------
> >
> > Any recent news on the 'feathered' therizinosaur?
> >
> > Matt Troutman
> > m_troutman@hotmail.com
> >
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