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Also it's been a while since Apple added the System Integrity Protection to the OS X, so you will have to disable it before writing to the.plist file. I'm quite happy that Apple haven't given up on the good old WotD, and updated it a little in Mojave. Hope they can provide even more dictionary choices in the future. Download Oxford Dictionary of English for macOS 10.9 or later and enjoy it on your Mac. ‎The foremost single-volume authority on the English language - revised. Merriam Webster dictionary and thesaurus for Mac Free to try Fogware Publishing Mac OS X 10.4 Intel/10.5 Intel/10.6 Intel Version 4.0 Full Specs Download Now Secure Download.

MDBG Chinese-English Dictionary for macOS

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Offline dictionary

Looking for an easy to use offline Chinese-English dictionary for macOS?Look no further!With the MDBG Chinese-English Dictionary for macOS you can quickly look up Chinese words using Chinese characters, Mandarin pinyin or the English definition.An internet connection is not required for using the dictionary, so you can use it anywhere, any time!

Features

  • Comprehensive Chinese-English word dictionary
  • Can be used offline, does not require an internet connection
  • Look up Chinese words using Chinese characters, Mandarin pinyin or the English definition
  • Mandarin Pinyin can be displayed with tone marks, numbers, colors or as Bopomofo
  • Detailed information is shown for every character in Chinese words, including Mandarin Pinyin, Yale Cantonese / Jyuping and Radical / Strokes

Try it FREE

A free trial version of the MDBG Chinese-English Dictionary for macOS is available for download:

The trial version does not have a time limit but it's content is limited to HSK level 1-4 words (Elementary & Intermediate, approximately 1500 entries). The full version features approximately 115.000 entries.

Please follow the instructions below if you see the following error during installation: “Installer.pkg” can’t be opened because Apple cannot check it for malicious software

  • click 'Installer.pkg' with your right mouse button
  • click 'Open'
  • In the dialog that appears, click 'Open'

The error appears on macOS 10.15 Catalina due to new security policies.

Please follow the instructions below if you see the following error during installation: “Installer.pkg” can’t be opened because it was not downloaded from the Mac App Store.

  • open 'System Preferences' from your 'Applications' folder
  • click on the 'Security & Privacy' icon
  • click the lock to make changes
  • set 'Allow applications downloaded from' to 'Mac App Store and identified developers'
  • now install the MDBG Chinese-English Dictionary for macOS
  • after the installation you can change the security setting back to it's original state

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Purchase

You can purchase the full version of the MDBG Chinese-English Dictionary for macOS in our webshop:

Please try the free trial version before purchasing this product to ensure compatibility with your system.

System requirements

Supported operating systems:

  • Apple macOS 10.15 Catalina
  • Apple macOS 10.14 Mojave
  • Apple macOS 10.13 High Sierra
  • Apple macOS 10.12 Sierra
  • Apple Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan

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Tips

Mouse over hover translation (as featured in MDBG Chinese Reader) is not supported by the MDBG Chinese-English Dictionary for macOS.It is possible to get popup translation in some programs such as Safari.To use the popup translations, install the full version of MDBG Chinese-English Dictionary for macOS and follow the instructions in the User Guide to set it up correctly.While using a program such as Safari, hover your mouse cursor over a Chinese word and press CMD-CTRL-D or use a three finger tap on the touchpad.A popup with the translation should appear.Sometimes OS X refuses to show translations for certain words / characters (due to limitations in OS X), it might help to select the word or character manually and press CMD-CTRL-D again.

Dictionary For Mac Os X

Did you know that Chinese text input is bundled with macOS? This page explains how to enable it.

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Do you like this product? Tell your friends, tell your teacher, tell your classmates.Do you own a blog? Write a blog post about it.The more people buy the product, the more we can improve it!And by buying the MDBG Chinese-English Dictionary for macOS you also support the MDBG Chinese-English dictionary website, thanks!



Tip: Need to type pinyin with tonemarks? Try the 'Type Pinyin' item from the menu.

Did you know that your Mac and your iPhone come with high quality dictionaries?

Apple includes free bi-lingual English dictionaries for Spanish, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Korean, Japanese and Chinese. If you are learning any of these languages (or learning English and know any of these languages) you have easy access to these free offline dictionaries.

So where do you find these great tools? Actually it's a bit hidden.

Dictionary app on the Mac

Your Mac comes with an app called 'Dictionary', which you find in your Applications folder.

However, by default only a few dictionaries are activated. You first need to go to the Dictionary app preferences (Dictionary Menu > Preferences) and activate the foreign language dictionaries that you need.

Now you can look up words directly in the Dictionary app or using Spotlight.

Dictionaries on the iPhone or iPad

On the mobile iOS devices you cannot directly access the dictionaries. There is no dedicated app as on the Mac.

To activate the integrated dictionaries go to System Settings > General > Dictionary. There you can activate and download the languages you need.

Using the built-in dictionaries in Wokabulary

The Apple dictionaries are directly integrated in macOS and iOS, so you can access them from any native app.

Hunspell Dictionaries Mac Os X

On the Mac you can look up a word directly from within Wokabulary, by performing a force touch or three-finger-touch on it. (You might need to activate this feature in System Settings > Touchpad)

On your iPhone or iPad you can look up words by selecting it and then choosing 'Look Up' from the action menu.

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