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    Free Russian-English-English dictionaries for a Pocket PC?

    Hi all,

    Please recommend a fully functional Russian-English-English dictionary for a Pocket PC, Windows Mobile 5.0. I prefer a free one. I am sure there are such but it's hard to sift through hundreds of downloads.

    If you used one please post.

    I have a wrapping application, which can be used with multiple dictionaries (MDict). Would be great if there was a dictionary file for this application but I only found Russian orthography for this one, not the bilingual Russian-English. MDict needs an .mdx library file.
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    Re: Free Russian-English-English dictionaries for a Pocket P

    Quote Originally Posted by Анатолий
    Please recommend a fully functional Russian-English-English dictionary for a Pocket PC, Windows Mobile 5.0. I prefer a free one.
    I don't know what you mean by "fully functional", but take a look at Dict:
    http://www.free-dict.narod.ru/
    http://dict.pocketz.ru/#eng

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    Re: Free Russian-English-English dictionaries for a Pocket P

    [quote=E-learner][quote="Анатолий":a3b6nnp4]Please recommend a fully functional Russian-English-English dictionary for a [b]Pocket PC, Windows Mobile 5.0[/b]. I prefer a free one.[/quote]
    I don't know what you mean by "fully functional", but take a look at [b]Dict[/b]:
    [url="http://www.free-dict.narod.ru/"]http://www.free-dict.narod.ru/[/url]
    http://dict.pocketz.ru/#eng[/quote:a3b6nnp4]

    Спасибо!

    By "fully functional" I mean - everything works, no limitations. Sometimes programs are only fully functional if you buy them but the evaluation version has reduced functionality.
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    Russian keyboard for a Pocket PC

    I am also interested in installing a Russian keyboard on my my device. Are there any free programs?
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    A year ago I was looking for the same thing. Didn't find anything, and it seems nothing's changed since then.

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