Any good online dictionaries out there?

Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by Joey Ravn, Dec 10, 2007.

  1. Joey Ravn

    Joey Ravn F*** you, Nintendo!

    Aug 29, 2007
    Hey all. I was wondering, are there any good Portuguese (from Portugal) and Italian (from Italy) to Spanish (or English... if I know it in Spanish, I know it in English) online dictionaries you know?
    That may sound redundant, but I need them to be edited (or coded [​IMG]) with the Portuguese and Italian rules for grammar, pronunctiation and lexicon. I'm studying Portuguese from Portugal and Italian from Italy, so I must use their rules. That's not a great deal with Italian, as the 'important' country is Italy, but with Portuguese it is a hassle in fact: the 'important' country is not Portugal, it's Brazil. Most (at least %90) of the dictionaries and grammars are edited there, obviously, but I just can't use them. It's like studying British English with an American English dictionary. You just... can't. It's not that it's worse or better, it's just that is like it is, two different set of rules for the same language, but you have to stick to one, you can't (or shouldn't) mix them.

    To sum up, I know there are many Portuguese and Italian users here, so, which online dictionary do you use?

    Thanks in advance, and excuse me for the Wall-o'-Text [​IMG]