|(Chinese) characters native to Korea, Japan, Vietnam etc, Japanese kokuji and Korean kukja||国字 [guo2 zi4]|
|(Chinese) characters native to Korea, Japan, Vietnam etc, Japanese kokuji and Korean kukja||國字 [guo2 zi4]|
|Bank of Korea||韓國銀行 [Han2 guo2 Yin2 hang2]|
|Bank of Korea||韩国银行 [Han2 guo2 Yin2 hang2]|
|Busan (city in South Korea)||釜山 [Fu3 shan1]|
|Cheju island (in South Korea)||济洲岛 [ji4 zhou1 dao3]|
|Cheju island (in South Korea)||濟洲島 [ji4 zhou1 dao3]|
|China Japan Korea (CJK) unified ideographs, Unihan||中日韓統一表意文字 [Zhong1 Ri4 Han2 tong3 yi1 biao3 yi4 wen2 zi4]|
|China Japan Korea (CJK) unified ideographs, Unihan||中日韩统一表意文字 [Zhong1 Ri4 Han2 tong3 yi1 biao3 yi4 wen2 zi4]|
|China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam||中日韓越 [Zhong1 Ri4 Han2 Yue4]|
|China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam||中日韩越 [Zhong1 Ri4 Han2 Yue4]|
|enoki mushroom (used in cuisines of Japan, Korea and China, cultivated to be long, thin and white), enokitake (transliteration of Japanese えのき茸), genus Flammulina, abbr. to 金菇||金針菇 [jin1 zhen1 gu1]|
|enoki mushroom (used in cuisines of Japan, Korea and China, cultivated to be long, thin and white), enokitake (transliteration of Japanese えのき茸), genus Flammulina, abbr. to 金菇||金针菇 [jin1 zhen1 gu1]|
|foreign ministry (e.g. of Japan or Korea)||外务省 [wai4 wu4 sheng3]|
|foreign ministry (e.g. of Japan or Korea)||外務省 [wai4 wu4 sheng3]|
|Four Asian Tigers, East Asian Tigers, Four Little Dragons (East Asian economic powers: Taiwan, South Korea, Singapore and Hong Kong)||四小龍 [Si4 Xiao3 long2]|
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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: 508
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