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Enter a word English and receive the Russian translation back .... or vice versa. This is a great dictionary.
This online interactive dictionary contains thousands of phrases that relate to the a variety of aspects of the human body including movements, appearance, moods, injuries and more.
Good list of books for learning the Russian language. Includes dictionaries, self-learning guides, etc. All can be ordered on-line via an agreement with amazon.com.
Available thanks to the efforts of Yury Avrutin and the permission ofEugene and Paul Druker.
A searchable dictionary with approximately 56,000 entries. There are also many mirror sites if this one is busy.
This clever site by Sarah Withee has pictures of common objects includinganimals and transportation, the Cyrillic text and a recording of thepronounciation the words.
Multimedia and books for students of Russian language and culture. Free software samples available for downloading.
Contains over 17,000 words and was developed by Marek Tiits of the Institute of BalticStudies.
Available in both Latin and Cyrillic scripts, this 648 page dictionary contains 45,000 terms. This was compiled and edited by Professor Uruj Musayev, published by the Azerbaijan State Institute of Languages in Baku and sponsored by Exxon.
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