You can input the search time in Thai, English, German, and Japanese.
You can use '*' for wild-card-match, e.g, 'cat*' means
ALL ENTRIES that begin with cat. '*cat*' means
ALL ENTRIES that have 'cat' inside.
Auto-select: Longdo will gutomatically guess the service you want to use from your input (i.e., check if it is a word or a URL, if word then
the dictionary service is selected, if URL then PopThai will be selected.
Dictionary: basic word look up service from various dictionaries
PopThai: attach a pop-up window showing word meaning to the given text or the web contents of the given URL, the pop-up window will be shown when you move a mouse over a word
Vocabulary: show a list of vocabularies found in the given text or web URL and their meanings
Pronunciation: show the pronunciation information of each word in the given text or web URL above each word (only IE browser supports this "Ruby" extension)
For Japanese words, you can input both in Kanji, Hiragana, or even romaji. Try input
For German words, if you can't input umlaut-characters or esset, you can enter
ae, oe, ue, and ss instead. Try Strasse, Muenchen.
qc: quelque chose สิ่งใดสิ่งหนึ่ง
qn: quelqu'un คนใดคนหนึ่ง
v/pr: verbe pronominal กริยาที่กระทำต่อตนเอง
The tables blow show a comparision of phonemes symbols used in IPA, Oxford OALD dictionary, and Arpabet CMU dictionary, with examples.
The number 0, 1, 2 that appended to each phoneme means the stress level : 0 or blank = No stress, 1 = Primary Stress, 2 = Secondary Stress.
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