EUdict take your privacy concerns seriously. We do not collect any personal information from users browsing this website. We use so-called LocalStorage to remember settings in your browser (language pair, your last searches, site language, speech language etc.).
Although we took all the preventive measures to make this site safe, we are not responsible for any damage or loss related to use of the content found on this website. We cannot be held responsible if some offensive words from the search cloud end up indexed by the search engines. If you have received e-mail message that appears to be sent from eudict.com, please be assured that message is not sent from our server (email services are disabled) and sender have concealed his real email address. In web browsers supporting speech input (Google Chrome, Chromium) recorded word is transferred to Google servers.
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