German dictionaries

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German ↔ Czech

German dictionaries

German translators

  • Bing Microsoft Translator – a translator from Microsoft. The maximum is 5,000 characters. The translator should allow the text to play, but this option doesn’t work for me.
  • Google Translator – this is a translator from Google. A maximum of 5,000 characters can be entered. It can read the inserted text, turn on the microphone for recording words, it is also possible to translate documents.
  • Translator | Lingea.cz – it is a translator from the Czech company Lingea, which focuses on dictionaries. The translator is not yet as high quality and widespread as the translator from Google or Bing company.

German monolingual dictionaries

  • The Free Dictionary by FARLEX (Deutsches Wörterbuch / German Dictionary) – an monolingual dictionary from Farlex. There is a German interpretation of the word and a citation of the interpretation of the term from various sources with a translation into English.
  • DUDEN – the dictionary shows the use and importance of the word. But the site is crowded with advertising. There is a grammar and pronunciation of the word, but it is not directly intuitively stated right next to the word.
  • DWDS – the word has the meaning, including the recorded pronunciation. There are a few sentences using a word.

German-Czech dictionaries

  • Dictionaries | Lingea – an online dictionary of the Czech company Lingea, which also publishes printed versions of dictionaries. This is my favorite dictionary. It recognizes whether you have entered a Czech or German word.
  • Dict | Lingea – an international online dictionary of the Czech company Lingea, which also publishes printed versions of dictionaries. The dictionary allows translations across different languages. The dictionary is in various language versions, here is, for example, its German version and the Czech version, which allows translations from German or Czech into various languages.
  • Seznam.cz dictionary – the content is quite similar, sometimes exactly the same as the Lingea dictionary. Even the vocabulary recordings are identical to the Lingea dictionary. The advantage of this dictionary is that the dictionary is almost ad-free.

Czech-German dictionaries

  • Dictionaries | Lingea – an online dictionary of the Czech company Lingea, which also publishes printed versions of dictionaries. This is my favorite dictionary. It recognizes whether you have entered a Czech or German word.
  • Dict | Lingea – an international online dictionary of the Czech company Lingea, which also publishes printed versions of dictionaries. The dictionary allows translations across different languages. The dictionary is in various language versions, here is, for example, its German version and the Czech version, which allows translations from German or Czech into various languages.
  • Seznam.cz dictionary – the content is quite similar, sometimes exactly the same as the Lingea dictionary. Even the vocabulary recordings are identical to the Lingea dictionary. The advantage of this dictionary is that the dictionary is almost ad-free.

German-English dictionaries

  • Dict | Lingea – an international online dictionary of the Czech company Lingea, which also publishes printed versions of dictionaries. The dictionary allows translations across different languages. The dictionary is in various language versions, here is, for example, its English version and the German version, which allows translations from English or German into various languages.
  • Cambridge – Cambridge University Press dictionary.
  • dict.cc – a simple dictionary, everything is spoken, but does not contain sample sentences.

English-German dictionaries

  • Dict | Lingea – an international online dictionary of the Czech company Lingea, which also publishes printed versions of dictionaries. The dictionary allows translations across different languages. The dictionary is in various language versions, here is, for example, its English version and the German version, which allows translations from English or German into various languages.
  • dict.cc – a simple dictionary, everything is spoken, but does not contain sample sentences.
  • Leo – a simple dictionary, phrases and words are spoken.

Czech version: Německé slovníky