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I am supposed to submit a multilingual dictionary (Google Translate sort of thing) as my "Data Structures & Algorithms" course's term project.

Don't think coding will be a problem for me, only thing I am lacking is the database from where I can get English words and then their translations in other languages, can any of you please help me with that?

I am sure that I am not the only one to be working on such sort of thing so the file must exist before, I just can't seem to find it on google, please help. Thanks in advance.
Updated 16-May-12 12:17pm

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I used to get them here:[^], but now this resource is closed. Probably you can find the ends, maybe in Fluentizer or somewhere. I do have some of the copies and the software of my own.

By the way, this is a very interesting and more or less comprehensive standard. Please see:[^],[^].

You can look for applications (see the links above); may be they package some dictionaries with downloadable packages, ask on their forums.

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Maciej Los 17-May-12 13:01pm    
Good answer, my 5!
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 17-May-12 13:24pm    
Thank you, but it's sad that important open-source data disappears from the public access.

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