|haftorah, haphtarah, reading from the Prophets||haftarah|
|(Computers) preparation of a diskette or hard disk for reading and writing; design, setting of configurations of a document||formatting|
|a variant reading||vl|
|ability to see into the future; knowledge gained through such an ability; care for the future, prudence, precaution, ability to think ahead, front gunsight, looking forward, premonition, reading taken in surveying||foresight|
|able to read and write, able to read and write; educated; well-versed in literature, knowledgeable, one who can read and write; educated person, skillfully written, somebody capable of reading and writing, somebody with extensive education, well-educat...||literate|
|accessibility of text, suitability for reading; ability to be understood, comprehensibility; legibility, neatness of writing or printing that makes reading possible||readability|
|acoustics, reading method involving letter recognition, system of teaching reading using the phonetic sound value of grouped letters; phonetics||phonics|
|act of indicating, medical sign, reading instrument, sign of something, something necessary or desirable, something which indicates, mark, signal, suggestion, symptom; act of indicating or showing||indication|
|act of observing or obeying, act of watching; act of looking; act of paying attention; supervision; remark, navigational instrument reading, observing of developments in something, record of something seen or noted, remark or comment, sighting with nav...||observation|
|act of reading, act of converting written letters into words which have meaning, be able to read in foreign language, have particular words, have qualities that affect understanding, hear something on two-way radio, indicate data, interpret nonwritten ...||read|
|act or process of initializing; act of resetting something to its starting value or position; preparation of a computer disk for reading and writing; startup of a system or program (Computers)||initialisation|
|alphabet for teaching reading||Initial Teaching Alphabet|
|amounting to nothing, at zero level, cancel; nullify, make zero, empty, ending in zero, indicating a reading of zero, invalid, nil; invalid, nullified; void, relating to zero, valueless||null|
|anthology, educational book, lay reader, lecturer at British university, one who reads; proofreader, one who reads documents and corrects errors; book containing a collection of passages for use in a lesson, reading device, somebody who reads, somebody...||reader|
|appointment of clergy, assembly of pages in order, comparison of information, light meal, reading of religious text, small or light meal; comparison or criticism (of literary works), technical description of book||collation|
|arranged in a particular format; prepared for reading and writing (Computers)||formatted|
|art of palm-reading, art of predicting the future by reading the lines of the palms of hands, chiromancy, fortunetelling from hands||palmistry|
|atheneum, institution advocating learning, reading room or library||athenaeum|
|atmospheric pressure reading||barogram|
|attentive reading, attentive study||perusal|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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Total number of language pairs: 480
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