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EnglishIrishDictionary.com

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(based on 3 reviews)

Access URL:
http://www.englishirishdictionary.com/
Format:
Online (free)
Direction:
Irish-English and English-Irish
Pronunciation of words:
Not provided
Seriousness:
n/a
Publisher:
Irish Dictionary Online Ltd.

Dictionary Overview

Quite extensive online dictionary with search. In results, word is shown in context within sentences, although the source text for those sentences may not reflect every day usage.

 

Visitor reviews

It looks a bit of a mess
Franc, France. 23 Jun 2011.

For some time now it has become a complete mess - unuseable and unreadable, which is a pity as in the past I have found it quite interesting. The verbs have always been in a mess and often are missing. I would also like to contact whoever is responsible for it to tell them. Is trua sin. Franc 91


LOVE IT! But why isn't it working?
Iain, Was once Scotland, but now is USA. 6 May 2008.

I'm writing a book and in it I have a few things that I need translated to Gaelic. So I looked it up on Google and found this dictionary. It's been a REAL help! (thought the font is really tiny and confusing). Only, today I tried to get onto it and it won't work! I wonder, have the people who made it run out of money to sponsor it or something? I hope it comes back on soon because this other dictionary I use is TERRIBLE!


Love the content, HATE the layout!
Orla, BÁC. 21 Sep 2006.

(Copied from an post I wrote in Sept. 06)

Right now, I have a gripe with http://www.englishirishdictionary.com since the new make-over.

The font is ridiculously TINY (it's not me or my computer view settings). I wonder if other people have the same problem.

It gives me a headache when I read through the usage results. The English and Irish run together in the one line, for example:

I prefer milk is fearr liom bainne

All in one line and colour in a small font. I find it very hard to read.

Is there any way the different languages could be colour coded, for example? Or in a table? I use this site almost daily but the layout is a nightmare.

Unfortunately, there is no email address on the website where I could give them feedback, so I hope someone from that website sees this.

As for the actual content, I find it very useful because it provides lots of real-life examples when you search vocabulary and words.


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