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    I need help finding the best dictionary out, I need the one that pronouce the word for you but i need it for all words not just like 5,000. Thanks for the help
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    noah pro is good (and free), but doesn't pronounce the words
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    Hey Stayfly!

    I use eReaderPro. With that you can buy many different dictionaries. I have the 37mb Webster's Third International Dictionary loaded on my SD card with 476,000 entries --- no pronunciation though. . . .

    http://www.ereader.com/feature/book/category/132

    (Search the site -- there are many more than listed on this linked page. . . .hit the "browse all" link on near the top right side on the linked page)

    Cheers, Perry
    Last edited by gtwo; 03/17/2007 at 09:41 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry Holden View Post
    Hey Stayfly!

    I use eReaderPro. With that you can buy many different dictionaries. I have the 37mb Webster's Third International Dictionary loaded on my SD card with 476,000 entries --- no pronunciation though. . . .
    I've been tempted by this dictionary and am glad to hear the confirmation that is is working well on eReaderPro (great program). Dictionary.com has a pronunciation feature in the paid subscription version but it's online and probably doesn't begin to compare to the one Perry mentioned above (I believe it's the best I've seen).
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    The Oxford Medical Dictionary is also great . . .
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    I too am looking for one with a huge database and sound module - thinking about Slovoed.....not sure yet
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