Multi Web JEDic
|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Windows XP/2000/NT|
|File size:||47.08 MB|
Publisher description for Multi Web JEDic
Multi-Web JEDic is a special Japanese-English dictionary with the capability of consulting multi famous Internet dictionaries at the same time . With Multi-Web JEDic, all you have to do is to input the word you want to consult into search box one time and press Enter. Searching result from up to 10 famous Internet dictionaries is on your hand. You can work with 10 famous dictionaries as below: Main Features and Functions of Multi Web JEDic Searching with Many Famous Web Dictionaries at the Same Time With Multi-Web JEDic, all you have to do is to input the word you want to consult into search box one time and press Enter. Searching result from up to 10 famous Internet dictionaries is on your hand. You can work with 10 famous dictionaries as follows: Intelligent Searching Beside searching functions in the word list like other normal dictionaries (Stardard Mode), Multi-Web JEDic supports you to search by using SMART Mode. In Smart Mode, you can search a word not only in the word list, but also in the content parts. The function of searching Kanji characters is in many ways such as: searching by Strokes, searching by Radicals and searching by Skip. You can search quickly a phrase by selecting it and press ???Ctrl + G???, Multi-Web JEDic??? will search this phrase in all of active dictionaries. Multi-Web JEDic??? can automatically read and search available words in the clipboard to save Your Time and operation. Large Searching Scope You can search words with 2 General Japanese English Dictionaries. Further more, you can consult words in many domains with 10 famous dictionaries on the Internet. You can search words not only in one selected dictionary as usual, but in multi dictionaries at the same time. That helps you to avoid repeating unnecessary operation in searching same words in different dictionaries. For Japanese-English dictionaries, Multi-Web JEDic supports you to search by: Romaji, Kana (Hiragana+Katagana) v?? Kanji.