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Old 12-01-2012, 03:44 AM   #120
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Very interesting thread. I'd like to build my own dictionaries too, but with commercial dictionaries as sources. Back when I was in the kindle world, I bought some mobipocket dictionaries that I'd love to be able to use on the Kobo. Anyone tried something like that ? Also in French we have something very annoying for dictionaries, and it's indeed not handled by the French Larousse dictionary found in the Kobo : s', l', m', t' that can precedes a verb or a noun. For example, abris -》l'abris. If I put l'abris as a variant of abris, as far as I understood, it won't work (as it didn't with go/went). Maybe a file l'.html would work (as shown in the o'clock example), but it would contain a lot if words, basically all the nouns and verbs starting with a vowel.
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