Is it possible to add dictionaries?
pcolag 8897 9222
I am wondering if there is any way to add new dictionaries, other than the ones which are already included within lingQ.

For instance, for Brazilian Portuguese I have found an excellent online dictionary called 'Diçionario Informal' which is by far the most complete dictionary I have found online. Whenever there is a word for which I cannot find a definition in the other dictionaries (Babylon, Linguee, Google Translate, User Hints, ...) I am almost always certain to find it in this dictionary.

The 'Diçionario Informal' is available at http://www.dicionarioinformal.com.br/.

The big advantage of this particular dictionary is that it includes all the the colloquial words, slang words and abbreviated words so often used in everyday conversation (e.g., in films).

For now I can get buy to jumping back to a different tab in my browser, but it would be really convenient to have this available by default within the lingQ dictionary popup.
December 2013
  • Moderator
    alex 1705 656 31848
    @pcolag - If you have any dictionaries you'd like added to the site just let us know! We'll look at adding this dictionary in the next day or two.
    December 2013
    • vduz86 us United States 351
      Is it possible to add the spanishdict on the website? Because I did not find it here. It was on the iPad though version of lingq though
      June 2015
      • Administrator
        zoran rs Serbia 2328 480 89
        Hi,
        SpanishDict is already available at LingQ for both Eng-Spa and Spa-Eng combinations. Search for SpanishDict (popup) dictionary on the list.
        June 2015
        • vduz86 us United States 351
          ok I found it!
          June 2015
  • Moderator
    alex 1705 656 31848
    @pcolag - This dictionary should now be available :)
    December 2013
  • pcolag 8897 9222
    @alex - I tried it out and it works great. Much appreciated. Happy holidays to you!
    December 2013