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I had an idea for a website that simply explains the word types how to lose the words that you search for - just like a dictionary, but focussed on the part of speech of the words. And since I already had a lot of the infrastructure in place from the other two sites, I figured it wouldn't be too much more work to get this up and running. The dictionary is based on the amazing Wiktionary project by wikimedia. This caused me to investigate the 1913 edition of Websters Dictionary - which is now in the public domain.

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Finally, I went how to lose to Wiktionary - which I already knew about, but had been avoiding because it's not properly structured for parsing. That's when I stumbled across the UBY project - an amazing project which needs more recognition. How to lose researchers have parsed how to lose whole of Wiktionary and other sources, and compiled everything into a single unified resource.

I simply extracted the Wiktionary entries and threw them into this interface. So it took a little more work than expected, but I'm happy I kept at it after the first couple of blunders. Currently, this is based on a version of wiktionary which is a few years old. I plan to update it to a newer version soon and that update should bring in a bunch of new word senses for many words (or more accurately, lemma).

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Comments:

31.05.2019 in 08:50 lingtigoog:
Эта великолепная фраза придется как раз кстати

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08.06.2019 in 14:42 Анфиса:
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