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Recommendation for Spanish-English dictionaries?

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I was wondering if anyone has a recommendation for a good Spanish-English dictionary for mobile devices.

I've been using the Larousse French-English dictionary, which I like, but they don't have a Spanish-English version. I downloaded a couple of free ones, but they were junk and I deleted them (as they say, you get what you pay for!).

I see a Collins dictionary that's available, and I like their printed Spanish-English version, but this app is $25 US, which seems rather pricey. I was hoping someone might recommend a more moderately-priced one.

4 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/rspreng

I like the one by Ultralingua. Not sure what it cost me, though.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/aemann

Ultralingua on my desktop is my go to and it is excellent. My copy was included with a Pimsleur starter set I bought at a bookstore about five years ago.

4 years ago

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Beppo52
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Thanks to you and rspreng, I appreciate the input. I will have a look at Ultralingua.

4 years ago

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Have you tried Word Reference? It's free and pretty good at least in my opinion.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/annaannaannaan

i too use wordreference.com, and also spanishdict.com . both are excellent.

4 years ago

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Beppo52
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My thanks to you and to Aubrey_P, it's nice of you to reply. I'm going to take a look at Word Reference, spanishdict, and the Ultralingua that was recommended earlier. Once again, my thanks to you all.

4 years ago