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If you are considering outsourcing the development of a dictionary database for your linguistic project (be it a software dictionary, translation system, spell-checker, a language research database or something else), you are in the right place. Lingvistica' 98 and VirtualWare Technologies have been in this business since 1989.
We develop linguistic resources of different types: reference, morphological, translation and phonetic dictionaries, thesauri, machine translation and spell-checking oriented linguistic databases, etc. Among the languages we are currently dealing with are Arabic, Albanian, Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, Azerbaijani, Ukrainian. While we can work on virtually any language pair, our area of preference is the English to/from any language direction, as well as one-language dictionaries.
A series of terminological dictionaries on behalf of SYSTRAN, machine translation oriented dictionaries for the PARS translation system, a comprehensive Polish dictionary for France Telecom, dictionaries of proper names on behalf of NMSU CRL, these are just a few projects to name in these regards.
What We Deliver:
For more information, e-mail us or use the Web form below to submit your inquiry or comments. Or, give us a call at: (416) 763-4256.
We offer a series of off-the-shelf general bi-directional translation dictionaries. They are supplied as plain text files and can be used/reused in your linguistic software applications/projects (in any way and as many times as you may wish). These files include words and phrases, their translations, and part-of-speech tags. The table below lists the dictionary files available. It also indicates the approximate number of entries per language direction, and the price per language pair.Off-the-Shelf Dictionary Files
File Format: Plain text.
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