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How to get definitions of a term through Google

I used to be able to search define:xyz on Google, where xyz is a term I want defined. It's not working any more or it only shows one result and no link to see the rest. Here's an example: I tried ...
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Possible to reduce GMail dictionary selection?

In Gmail are there tons of possible dictionary languages despite Google should know I only know 2 languages. I use both Firefox and Chrome. Question Is it possible to reduce the possible languages ...
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Is there a web site offering to browse a cloud of semantically related words?

Is there a web site offering to browse a cloud of semantically related words? For example to enter "coffee" and get "drink", "aroma", "stimulation", "brown", "latte", "cappuccino", "arabica", ...
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Fastest English dictionary on the web?

The content on dictionary.com is clear and comprehensive... once... it... finishes... loading. It's even slow if I disable advertising, plus I prefer not to do so as I appreciate that ad-revenue may ...
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How to obtain a list of English words ordered by frequency? [closed]

I downloaded the Wordnet English language words database and I would like to sort the words by frequency in modern English. The most common words first. I thought in using Google Ngram but it doesn't ...
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Is there a reverse-searchable dictionary?

I use Merriam-Webster and Wiktionary. I'm looking for a way to search within definitions and do other searches on either of those sites or a site where these kinds of searches can be performed. ...
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Is there any good dictionary web site for mobile web?

When I want to look up a word in a dictionary I use the Google dictionary, it offers synonyms and examples, but it's not optimized for mobile web, so it's inconvenient to use. Could you recommend a ...
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Is there a good online French dictionary? [closed]

It should be accurate and well made. Search history would be nice.