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free polish -english dictionary online


Bondi 4 | 142  
21 Aug 2008 /  #31
I'm a beginner and I use Collins English-Polish - Polsko-Angielski Dictionary, Paperback Edition. These days, you can buy it in The Works for 3 quid. (RRP 8.99)

theworksbookstore.com/

For online use, I recommend Translatica:
translatica.pl
Tlum 10 | 198  
30 Nov 2008 /  #32
Here is a good Polish<>English dictionary: polish-dictionary.net
ArcticPaul 38 | 233  
30 Nov 2008 /  #33
Are you a Polish speaker wanting to learn English?
Or an English speaker wanting to learn Polish?

If your an English speaker I can make many suggestions.
If your a Polish speaker you are absolutely spoilt for choice.
HAL9009 2 | 304  
30 Nov 2008 /  #34
Try this one:
ortalwiedzy.onet.pl/tlumacz.html?qs=dictionary&tr=ang-auto&x=0&y=0

Online dictionary.
wrobl - | 8  
13 Dec 2008 /  #35
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Dictionary

Can anyone recommend a decent English-Polish Polish-English dictionary?

I basically need one which includes additional information about verbs, e.g. Perf, Imperfective, etc.., and also one that includes the genitive singular of masculine nouns. Pronunciation would be great, but the above points are more important to me.

Thanks
HAL9009 2 | 304  
14 Dec 2008 /  #36
Lots of free resources here: polishforums.com/language-17/learning-links-8328/
In particular check out:
polish.slavic.pitt.edu
where you will find both a dictionary and a grammar book available as pdf downloads.
Foy - | 1  
6 Feb 2009 /  #37
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Best Dictionary for English to Polish translations?

So many to choose! Which dictionary is the best for English to Polish translations?

It needs to be able to tell me what word to use in all the different clauses, and pronunciation would be immensely helpful aswell.

And no, I don't think I could hope of getting the $170-122 oxford 2-volume set. Only if I were Rory Gilmore.

Also, would this actually help to improve my accent/pronunciation? amazon.com/Acting-Accent-Polish-David-Stern/dp/0926862170/ref=sr_1_1?i e=UTF8&s=books&qid=1233878005&sr=8-1

Many Thanks!
Rafal_1981  
6 Feb 2009 /  #38
IMO the best way to improve Polish accent and pronunciation (if you don't live in Poland) is to watch Polish movies (you were asking only about pronunciation so I assume that you are quite proficient in Polish and you don't need a grammar lessons).

Best regards

Intermediate Polish - routledge.com/books/Intermediate-Polish-isbn9780415224390
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446  
7 Feb 2009 /  #39
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MARKOWSKI'S SPELLING DICTIONARY WORTH HAVING

Worth recommending to all thsoe serious about learning Polish is the one-volume "Wielki słownik ortograficzny" of Andrzej Markowski. It provides the correct spelling not only of the nominative case and infinitives but also of their inflected forms.
czarnykot 16 | 28  
26 Jul 2009 /  #40
Merged: English Polish - Polish English Online Dictionary

Hi there!
Anybody else experiencing difficulties accessing the dictionary website dict.pl/ ? For the past 48 hours I can't access it, repeatedly getting the message from Google 'Oops, this link appears to be broken'.

Is it me, or is the website experiencing server problems, or maybe being upgraded? I hope it is being upgraded and has not been lost to us people trying to learn Polish - it is such a good resource!

Pozdrawiam
czarnykot
esek 2 | 228  
26 Jul 2009 /  #41
try ling.pl
czarnykot 16 | 28  
27 Jul 2009 /  #42
Just to let everyone know that dict is up and running again this morning. Phew! That's a relief. esek suggested ling and thanks for that, but I much prefer dict and also it can be incorporated as an 'add-on' on my google page, along with weather add-ons (widgets or gadgets or whatever they are called) and 'Polish word of the day'

czarnykot
kamau 2 | 9  
28 Jul 2009 /  #43
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Where can I find a Polish dictionary?

I am working on a small bilingual parser that I intend to work on my college project that could be used to translate both the keyboard and microphone input to both text and avi forms. The 64 thousand question is: where can get the polish dictionary since I got the necessary tools to get started?
Lefty 13 | 124  
28 Jul 2009 /  #46
Is it so hard? tinyurl/mfwpym
I recommend a PWN by the way.
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
28 Jul 2009 /  #47
lol, you could find one if you just typed this thread header into google, maybe something like 'polish to English / English to Polish dictionary'!!!!
axid - | 18  
28 Jul 2009 /  #48
ling.pl is quite decent
mido_dv25 1 | 9  
21 Nov 2009 /  #49
Merged: I want talking dictionary for download

i want talking dictionary for download
and thank you
SeanBM 35 | 5,808  
22 Nov 2009 /  #50
I don't think this is exactly what you are looking for but it is something similar.
First a translator Translatica - translatica.pl and then a program that pronounces the word in Polish ivona.com
Hope it helps.
mido_dv25 1 | 9  
22 Nov 2009 /  #51
Thank you so much SeanBM it is very nice and it will help me
Tasiemski  
3 Dec 2009 /  #52
Free Polish-English online translation
Try my website: lexitools
Multilingual (text eqivalents, pronunciation and images). About 80.000 entries (65% complex, chunks of texts). General language and tourism. Phrases with Polish prepositions !!!
Very practicle (lots of phrases concerning health and illnesses). Check and express your opinion.

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