Normally anyone who surfs the web will come across complicated words. At that time, it is a hard task to open a new page and find out the meaning of that word. We need everything easy to use. So for finding out the definition of a word without opening a new page, Google Chrome offers a new Google Dictionary Extension.
Google Dictionary shows the definition of a word when you double-click on it. It only supports monolingual dictionaries and does not support translation. It is very easy to find out the definition of a word. All you need to do is, just install the chrome extension and double-click any word to view its definition in a small pop-up bubble.
If you need to know the meaning of some other word, then you can view the complete definition of any word or phrase using the address bar dictionary.
How to use Google Dictionary Extension?
Note: To install extensions on chrome browser, your chrome browser must be above version 4.0.
Step 1: Go to Dictionary extension by Google page
Step 2: Install the extension on your chrome browser.
Step 3: When you’re browsing, just double-click any word and know its meaning. (see picture below)
Step 4: You can also know the definition of any word by clicking the icon on the address bar.
Step 5: You can also change the language, pop-up settings on the extension.
Step 6: That’s it. Now Google dictionary has become handy to use.
Google Dictionary Extension – Homepage
I strongly recommend this extension for every blogger and journalists. Got something to say?
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5 thoughts on “Google Dictionary Extension For Chrome”
Really nice design and style and wonderful content , nothing else we need : D.
It’s really cool. The only limitation for me is that you can select just one languge. I’d like to be able to more languages at once. Does anyone know about anything like that? If not I’d perhaps think about writing it myself. Would anyone be interested in that? Don’t know anything about programming chrome plugins though.
Nice extension…Any similar thing for Firefox too?
For Firefox users we have FastDic – Just go to Mozilla’s Add-ons page and search for FastDic – If you’re not able to find out, let me know .. I’ll help you 🙂
very nice addons for chrome….