Free Resources
Chinese Certification
Study Chinese in Taiwan
Sentence of The Day
Skype download
Home < Free Resources < Dictionaries


Free Resources

Dictionaries

WordBuddy

1. WordBuddy dictionary
WordBuddy dictionary is a compendium of peoples' vocabulary and experiences from the world over which provide a great knowledge of Chinese and other languages.
You can find all the definition, sentences and pronunciation of every single vocabulary right here in WordBuddy.


 
Clear Chinese 2. ClearChinese-Chinese English dictionary
This Chinese-English dictionary has more than 41,000 entries. Each entry has traditional and simplified, English and pinyin, Chinese written in the western script. This dictionary allows you to customize the search results: You can enable and disable any dictionary field, highlight dictionary and zoom Chinese characters.


 
Google translate

3. Google Translate
Google Translate is a free translation service that provides instant translations between 64 different languages. It can translate words, sentences and web pages between any combination of our supported languages. With Google Translate, we hope to make information universally accessible and useful, regardless of the language in which it’s written.


 
WebSaru

4. WebSaru Dictionary
This Chinese-English and English-Chinese dictionary is a free searchable online service. To use the dictionary, just type in your words in Chinese or English. Note: only words, phrases or idioms accepted, no sentences.
Search results display the Chinese word in simplified characters (along with traditional characters if different), the Pinyin of the word, the English meaning, and sentence examples using the word.


 
Dictionary of Chinese Idioms 5. Dictionary of Chinese Idioms
The Dictionary of Chinese Idioms contains huge idiom database architecture which over 30 kinds of books and 48,276 entries. More than 1,500 idioms of the same origin whose usage is worth referring to, a total of over 5,000 entries. Combined with the idiomatic information contained in the Revised Dictionary of Chinese Idioms and other information in the appendix, a total of 23,385 entries, the book contains more than 28,000 entries of idioms.




Chinese Characters 6. Learning Program for Stroke Order of Frequently Used Chinese Characters
The Learning Program for Stroke Order of Frequently Used Chinese Characters offers great resources of Chinese learning material for all the Chinese learners, such as Character, Radical, Stroke Number, Bopomofo, Pinyin.

Top

Edison Technology Co.,Ltd.
Online Customer service: hitutor@hitutor.com.tw
Mail:hitutor@hitutor.com.twSkype:live:hitutor-info Contact Us:886-4-37042882 (7 Days a Week, Taiwan Time , Mon. to Sun. 09:00-23:00)

Copyright ©2012 HiTutor. All Rights Reserved.