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QStarDict, which stands for quasi-star dictionary, is a free (as in freedom) dictionary application. It is aimed primarily, but not exclusively, at those who learn foreign languages.

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Features

Fuzzy search, cross-links, and history navigation

QStarDict not only finds words as soon as they are typed, but also shows fuzzy matches for them. It helps to identify similar words or correct typos. All articles are automatically cross-linked, so that click on a word in any article opens the corresponding article if it exists. With history navigation buttons it is easy to move back and forth between articles.

Main Window

Add words to Anki

QStarDict has integration with Anki, which allows to create cards from dictionary articles.

QStarDict and Anki

Look up words from any application

If QStarDict is running under X server, it is possible to look up works from other applications using a popup window which is shown for selected words in any application.

Hide to notification area

To keep QStarDict always running with closed main window, it is possible to hide it to the notification area.

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Extend with plugins

If you want to add new dictionary format or custom toolbar action to QStarDict, it can be done without modifying the core by writing a plugin.

Installation

QStarDict is available in Ubuntu, Debian and other distros repositories.

If you want to compile it yourself install Qt5 and GLib2 development files and run in the project's directory

qmake INSTALL_PREFIX=<your install prefix, /usr by default>
make
[sudo] make install

More information about installation: