Free access to Collins dictionaries

I was looking for a translation of a German word this morning (arbeitsreich), to see if I could find some examples of usage. At the top of the search results was this. The page answered my question, but more importantly, through it, I discovered that you can access Collins foreign language dictionaries online for free.

The dictionaries available from the site are:

Quite the bundle!

By |2007-11-24T12:39:09+00:00November 24th, 2007|All Entries|5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. Camilla December 11, 2007 at 9:21 am - Reply

    Ooh, a language blog that seems to actually be updated reguarly and has some focus on Russian! Whoop! I’m learning Russian, Finnish and Norwegian (with a bit of Irish Gaelic when i get the time), but am focusing mainly on Russian so your blog looks perfect. Am subscribing posthaste, or bookmarking, whichever. Must gallop off to check those Collins dictionaries too, we have a Polish person at work and i might add that to the list of languages to learn.

  2. Josh December 13, 2007 at 3:45 pm - Reply

    Camilla: Haha, yeah, I do normally update it at least semi-regularly; as of late, however – nothing at all! I’m in the midst of my finals, which are killing me. They end the 19th, and so things should resume their normal course then.

    You sound like you’ve got your hands full! 🙂

  3. Camilla December 14, 2007 at 7:21 am - Reply

    Ah, i totally understand, i’m studying part-time for a degree too (hands full indeed!) so exams and assignments routinely sweep through my schedule and decimate everything else, lol!
    Good luck with the finals. 😀

  4. Josh December 24, 2007 at 12:26 pm - Reply

    Camilla,

    Thanks for the luck. It apparently proved helpful; I ended up with As in all of my classes. 🙂

  5. Camilla January 2, 2008 at 9:10 am - Reply

    Ach, awesome! Glad i was able to help. 😛

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