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Arabic Dictionary

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Look Up Arabic Words on the Fly!

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Description from store Arabic Dictionary is a brand new take on what a dictionary should be. Say goodbye to endlessly flipping through volumes upon volumes of paperback dictionaries and lexicons. Just hover over an arabic word, Arabic Dictionary brings you the definition in English, on-the-fly, complete with harakat in a simple, easy to read popup. Works seamlessly on almost all websites, no configuration required! Download now and supercharge your learning today!

Latest reviews

  • (2021-12-30) Boris Gorelik: I absolutely love this extension. Thanks a lot
  • (2021-11-06) Reem Salah: This extension used to work perfectly for me, and I loved! However, now, whenever I enable it, Google Search no longer works. I'm not sure what the issue is. When I Google something, I can't click any of the resulting links. When I disable the extension, everything works fine.
  • (2021-08-09) Nafiz Al Hoque: Can you make it for Firefox also?
  • (2021-05-10) Umm 'Abdillāh: This is a great app but when going on to Youtube home, the video titles are now mixed up and incorrect. So the actual title of a video will be under another video on the screen, vice versa and not under their correct video.
  • (2020-11-24) Robert Sołdyński: That's the best dictionary i've ever found
  • (2020-11-16) J2 Shoes2: very useful. small tiny adjustments, maybe, would be, to allow us to change the background transparency, for myself, it's sometimes difficult to see, the tashkeel, with the transparency. Without it, maybe, it would be easier. Also, as suggested, by others, if we could generate flashcards, by saving it, that would be helpful. There are other extensions that exist, that can save to flashcards , but, then, there are two extensions , both vieing against each other.
  • (2020-08-25) BABA ZERO TO HERO: Please update this make my google page freeze
  • (2020-07-26) Jackie Salzinger: This has been a game-changer for me as a second-language Arabic reader. I used to dread the labor of reading Arabic articles online, knowing it would mean constantly having to switch tabs to search for words I didn't know in a dictionary. Not only does this plug-in mean that I can check for meanings right on the same page without disrupting the flow of reading, but the fact that the pop-up window shows vowels and root derivation is really over-and-above in making this is a useful tool for language learners. I recommend this to everyone I know who is learning to read Arabic!
  • (2020-06-23) Tomáš Zedník: Great tool, but it doesn't for some reason work with social media posts - Facebook/twitter/youtube. It also doesn't work with PDF file if I open them in the browser. Needs improvement.
  • (2019-08-03) Vicente Caballero: simply amazing :)
  • (2019-07-16) Saad Jamil: This is awesome, very useful, and I love it!
  • (2019-05-08) Bambi: I usually don't bother to leave reviews but I just want to say jazakallahu khayr to the people behind this app. Wallahi it's so helpful to me and I'm sure many other Arabic learners. It makes things so much easier because it provides meaning of Arabic terms but also puts harakaat on them which lets you know how to pronounce it. I simply cannot explain how pleased I am with this.
  • (2019-03-27) Yasin Arafat: Love it.
  • (2019-03-25) Badrul Aini Sha'ari: Other than Verbace, this is really another groundbreaking innovation!
  • (2018-08-28) Zahid Eshaque: This is the most accurate arabic dictionary I have used so far.
  • (2018-05-12) Strange Person: This is easily the best Arabic dictionary I've found on the internet. I'd like to know what dictionary is used to translate these words, please?
  • (2018-01-19) Abi O: Amazing. It even shows you the vowels for the word. Fantastic for learners and very seamless.
  • (2017-12-19) Kim Phuong Tran: I've been looking for this for years. Glad that it finally arrives. For Chinese i use an extension called Zhongwen that has similar functionality.
  • (2017-10-31) youcef m: Excellent. Exactly what I need to help with my learning. saves so much time and very accurate. So happy I found this!!!
  • (2017-10-23) Roman Bolshakov: This is a wonderful extension. I use it to revive my knowledge of Arabic which I learned a long time ago. It helps greatly!
  • (2017-05-15) Youssef Cherrouq: Phenomenal, it gives you the translation in English so fast while hovering the mouse. I have to find something similar in English since I am good in Arabic.
  • (2017-04-01) Omar Sayed: Wow! I usually don't write reviews for apps, but this is amazing! Just hover your mouse over the Arabic word and the meaning(s) pop up instantly! Truly the first real reason to consider putting physical books and dictionaries aside. It even has the pronunciations added so you can see that you're pronouncing the words properly. Why isn't this more known among people? Terrific.
  • (2016-09-17) عبد القادر علوش: ما شاء الله
  • (2016-07-13) Saaruuku Lioness: رائع! الحمد لله!

Latest issues

  • (2020-12-20, v:1.0) Alexander Smedegaard: Support for Firefox?
    Hi! This app is beyond amazing, really. However, I've switched to Firefox for privacy concerns and I was bummed to see that your addon isn't available for that browser. Are you planning on adding the extension to Firefox? Cheers.
  • (2020-12-11, v:1.0) no no: Have used in the past, Not working as normal
    How do I get it to work? It is downloaded and turned on but it's not popping up when I scroll over words. These are actual text not pictures with Arabic words; it should work but for some reason nothing is coming up. Please advise.
  • (2020-12-08, v:1.0) Manuel Souto Pico: How does it work?
    How does it work? I highlight a word in Arabic and then, what should I do?
  • (2020-12-08, v:1.0) Manuel Souto Pico: How does it work?
    How does it work? I highlight a word in Arabic and then, what should I do?
  • (2020-12-03, v:1.0) Muhammad Ahmad Khalid: What dictionary is used???
    Please tell me what dictionary (is it Hans Wehr) does this extension use and what is only give synonyms for modern standard Arabic or Egyptian dialects also. Please tell me as soon as you can. Pleasure to use it. Thanks.
  • (2020-09-24, v:1.0) Dr. Syed: Allow to scroll through long lists
    When you hover over some words, it shows a very long list of definitions which go even below the visible display. And there is no way to scroll through that list. If we try to scroll down, whole page scrolls down and the word loses the focus.
  • (2020-07-26, v:1.0) Jackie Salzinger: Tracking words searched?
    Hi! Thank you so much for this fantastic Chrome plug-in, as it has dramatically improved my day-to-day reading experience. I have a question/suggestion—would it be possible to add in a feature whereby I could save the words that I hover over for later review? As a language learner, I would be so happy if there were a way that I could be automatically tracking the words that I look up so that later, I can more easily add them to my digital flashcard decks. If there were a way to generate a list of past words searched using this tool, in whatever format (though preferably CSV), that would make my experience as a user even better. I would be happy to share more about this idea and potential applications, if you wish—[email protected] Thanks so much for your time, Jackie
  • (2020-04-06, v:1.0) Sympho Colors: Extension don't work
    Extension not working unless restart page. like each time am working on translation and pass to another page then suddenly its stop working until restarting the page.
  • (2018-05-29, v:1.0) Henry Hinchey: Not working on clozemaster.com
    Clozemaster is a language-learning software and I use your dictionary to help me learn Arabic. It works at first, but when it shows the next question, the extension stops working. I have to refresh the page between every question and it is very frustrating.
  • (2017-02-16, v:1.0) mujahid Lewis: down load
    how do i open what i downloaded from the chrome store


2,000 history
4.4 (36 votes)
Last update / version
2021-05-22 / 1.1
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