Dictionaries are not just useful to those who are trying to master a new language or write a sophisticated book. College student, lawyers, and even business professionals can find pro-dictionaries handy on a frequent basis. There are plenty of excellent regular apps on the market and listing them all here wouldn’t be the best way to present them. However, if you are a college student or a pro and need a dictionary to help you out of sticky situations, the below 5 dictionary apps could be handy:
American Heritage Dictionary: it’s not your average dictionary app. It’s designed for those who are in college and in need of a comprehensive English dictionary. If this were a book, it’d have 2000+ pages.
Black’s Law Dictionary: if you happen to be a law student, a pro, or just interested in this field, this app has you covered. Comes with 43,000 definitions.
Tabers21: a comprehensive medial dictionary that could come in handy for health care students and anybody who works in this field. Includes 56,000 definitions.
iCED Pro Chinese/English Dictionary: an innovative dictionary that helps you master the Chinese language and get all your questions answered. Has 200k+ entries.
Oxford Dictionary of Business & Management: covers business terms. Whether you are a business student or just want to look up some business term that you have no idea about, this dictionary comes in handy.
There you have it. 5 advanced dictionaries that could help you with your work. Please feel free to add your other favorite dictionary apps here.
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