Obunsha English-Japanese

Obunsha English-Japanese


Obunsha Comprehensive English-Japanese Dictionary • Contains over 180,000 entries • Thousands of expressions and examples • No internet connection needed.

This app contains the full version of the Obunsha Pocket Comprehensive English-Japanese/Japanese-English Dictionary. Imagine carrying one of the most renowned Japanese-English dictionaries in your pocket!

Obunsha is one of the leading publishers of authoritative, high-quality dictionaries in Japan. It has a long, well-established history of publishing bestseller language text books and study books and is comparable to any top European dictionary maker. Its dedicated team of lexicographers makes use of a vast array of language data to compile up-to-date dictionaries with a wealth of examples and grammatical information.


Features of this dictionary:
• comprehensive two way English-Japanese dictionary suited to learners of both English and Japanese.
• 130,000 English to Japanese entries and 50,000 Japanese to English entries.
• clearly presented word entries with a wealth of phrases and examples.
• an abundance of grammatical information including irregular verb and nouns forms.
• updated to cover the latest vocabulary in Japanese and English ranging from literary & technical language to slang.
• use DioDict's built-in Japanese handwriting input recognition.
• search results are narrowed down as you type.
• no internet connection necessary to use dictionary.


--Search Features--
• wildcard search: enter “?” or “*” in place of a letter when you are unsure of the spelling (e.g., “man*ver” retrieves the word “maneuver”).
• browse through the dictionary alphabetically or flip from one entry to the next with a flick of a finger.

--Vocab Revision--
• history menu lists all your recent word searches.
• save words and expressions to any number of flashcard folders.
• mark words in your flashcard folder which you still need to memorize.

* over Android 2.2 platform

* You may also notice a $1.00 transaction from Google, which is actually a pending authorization request between Google billing system and the bank that issued your credit or debit card, so you won't end up paying the extra $1.00.

*Facebook & Twitter*
www.twitter.com/diotek
www.facebook.com/DIOTEK

Recent changes:
support for Android 4.1 (JellyBean) added
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About Obunsha English-Japanese
Obunsha Comprehensive English-Japanese Dictionary • Contains over 180,000 entries • Thousands of expressions and examples • No internet connection needed.

This app contains the full version of the Obunsha Pocket Comprehensive English-Japanese/Japanese-English Dictionary. Imagine carrying one of the most renowned Japanese-English dictionaries in your pocket!

Obunsha is one of the leading publishers of authoritative, high-quality dictionaries in Japan. It has a long, well-established history of publishing bestseller language text books and study books and is comparable to any top European dictionary maker. Its dedicated team of lexicographers makes use of a vast array of language data to compile up-to-date dictionaries with a wealth of examples and grammatical information.


Features of this dictionary:
• comprehensive two way English-Japanese dictionary suited to learners of both English and Japanese.
• 130,000 English to Japanese entries and 50,000 Japanese to English entries.
• clearly presented word entries with a wealth of phrases and examples.
• an abundance of grammatical information including irregular verb and nouns forms.
• updated to cover the latest vocabulary in Japanese and English ranging from literary & technical language to slang.
• use DioDict's built-in Japanese handwriting input recognition.
• search results are narrowed down as you type.
• no internet connection necessary to use dictionary.


--Search Features--
• wildcard search: enter “?” or “*” in place of a letter when you are unsure of the spelling (e.g., “man*ver” retrieves the word “maneuver”).
• browse through the dictionary alphabetically or flip from one entry to the next with a flick of a finger.

--Vocab Revision--
• history menu lists all your recent word searches.
• save words and expressions to any number of flashcard folders.
• mark words in your flashcard folder which you still need to memorize.

* over Android 2.2 platform

* You may also notice a $1.00 transaction from Google, which is actually a pending authorization request between Google billing system and the bank that issued your credit or debit card, so you won't end up paying the extra $1.00.

*Facebook & Twitter*
www.twitter.com/diotek
www.facebook.com/DIOTEK

Recent changes:
support for Android 4.1 (JellyBean) added

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A Google User
Aug 4, 2013
Not good, hard to use The dictionary is hard to use, doesn't contain many words or examples of usage. Entering words in Japanese is especially troublesome. It's worse than some dictionaries that are available for free. You would definitely expect more from a paid dictionary.
A Google User
Apr 7, 2012
Disappointing Many Japanese words just list a synonym instead of a definition, and there's no hyperlink to the synonym either. Few example phrases, and the 和英 and 英和 dictionaries aren't integrated. My old eijiro dictionary is a hundred times better.
A Google User
Apr 7, 2012
Disappointing Many Japanese words just list a synonym instead of a definition, and there's no hyperlink to the synonym either. Few example phrases, and the 和英 and 英和 dictionaries aren't integrated. My old eijiro dictionary is a hundred times better.
Clay
Apr 7, 2012
Disappointing Many Japanese words just list a synonym instead of a definition, and there's no hyperlink to the synonym either. Few example phrases, and the 和英 and 英和 dictionaries aren't integrated. My old eijiro dictionary is a hundred times better.
Clay
Apr 7, 2012
Disappointing Many Japanese words just list a synonym instead of a definition, and there's no hyperlink to the synonym either. Few example phrases, and the 和英 and 英和 dictionaries aren't integrated. My old eijiro dictionary is a hundred times better.