Accio German-English Dictionary
Accio German-English Dictionary
1.0

3.5

Accio German-English Dictionary free download for Mac

Accio German-English Dictionary

1.0
15 June 2006

Translate and define words with one click.

Overview

Translate and define words with one click!

The Accio German-English Dictionary is a convenient and powerful dictionary, AND a great value. Now you can get translations and definitions quickly while you are reading on your computer. Simply point at a word in nearly any application or text window. When you click a hot key, a window pops up with translations and definitions from our extensive language databases. Accio dictionaries include up to 80,000 indexed translations with the vocabulary you need for everyday usage, including common expressions, and much, much more. And, of course, these dictionaries work in both directions between the two languages.

Features include:

  • Complete databases - Up to 80,000 translations or definitions.
  • Powerful software - Recognize conjugated verbs, and plural, irregular, and inflected forms, in all supported languages.
  • Expandable - Add all the languages you need - you can even create your own entries!
  • Words at a click! - Just point at any text in nearly any desktop application, click a hot key, and a small pop-up window appears with the translation or definition.
  • History feature - remembers your previous searches.
  • Multilingual interface - get the menus, buttons, and instructions in one of several languages.
  • Available as a fully functioning trial version for 20 days - so see for yourself!

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2 Accio German-English Dictionary Reviews

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Kaz219
17 November 2006

Most helpful

I've been long waiting for something like this, where you can just press a key combination and you got the translation of the word over which the mouse pointer is. The dictionary is far from exhaustive, but it is still usefull. My biggest problem is: it doesn't work anymore with Firefox 2. Firefox 2 seems to have reserved the function key (for absolutely nothing, AFAIK) so accio doesn't work with FF2. I'm waiting for an update of the keyconfig extension for now. ..
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Version 1.0
Kaz219
01 December 2006
Workaround for the incompatibility with Firefox 2: - double-click the word (it gets highlighted). - Press the accio shortcut. (highlight disapears) - Double-click again the word. - Press command-C. The accio window should appear. It works for me at least...
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Version 1.0
Kaz219
17 November 2006
I've been long waiting for something like this, where you can just press a key combination and you got the translation of the word over which the mouse pointer is. The dictionary is far from exhaustive, but it is still usefull. My biggest problem is: it doesn't work anymore with Firefox 2. Firefox 2 seems to have reserved the function key (for absolutely nothing, AFAIK) so accio doesn't work with FF2. I'm waiting for an update of the keyconfig extension for now. ..
Like
Version 1.0