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Best Dictionary Apps for Android

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"Occasionally, if you get stuck on a difficult word, there's always the big fat dictionary waiting to be dusted off. But what if you find that process a tad old-fashioned? Don't worry, you're not the only one. These days, more and more people are using online dictionaries instead of the traditional paper-made ones to find synonyms, definitions and antonyms. Also, for looking up words on the go, there are a myriad of apps available for smartphones and tablets. So, if you're an Android user and are looking for some good dictionary apps to try out, read on as we cover the best ones for the platform.

"Advanced English & Thesaurus: Allowing you to lookup more than 1.4 million words, Advanced English & Thesaurus is a free Android application that finds words from the Wordnet database. What make this one stand apart from other dictionary applications is that it groups nouns, adjectives, and adverbs into sets of cognitive synonyms."

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