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Yes, it is called OneLook.


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For searching by pattern, I use the Regex Dictionary, it's very useful. You can't search in their definition though, but it does your second point really well.


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It turns out that the definitions you get from Google actually the definitions of Oxford dictionary. So it's actually because Oxford dictionary doesn't give Google the link to those word: But I don't know why it doesn't link. Apparently those unlinked words exist in Oxford. And I don't know why Google can detect some words such as devoted or vigorous to ...


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You can give hypervisor in the Search bar, then select Search Tools. In that, change All results to Dictionary, then you get a neat list of web definitions.


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This has now been changed. You have to change the search language in order to see the other definitions—if the word exists in the chosen language. In english: To see definitions in other languages, click on the cog wheel in the upper-right corner, and choose Languages. Choose the language and click Save. Now the definition will be shown for the ...



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