This fully bilingual Spanish-English, English-Spanish dictionary has more than 120,000 headwords and phrases and 110,000 translations. It includes excellent coverage of Latin-American and Castilian Spanish.
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Thousands of example sentences show words in context: At meet, the examples show the differences between five meanings of the verb.
When different words are used for the same Spanish term in British and American English, the Diccionario shows both: At cuerda, both skipping rope (UK) and jump rope (US) are given for cuerda de saltar.
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