5.0
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About this app

CJKV Dict (中日韓越辭典) is a smart multilingual dictionary for learners of Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Vietnamese. It returns results in Chinese characters (漢字, called "Hànzì" in Mandarin Chinese, "Kanji" in Japanese, "Hanja" in Korean and "Hán tự" in Vietnamese) in all four languages, and automatically converts simplified Chinese characters and simplified Kanji (Shinjitai) to traditional Chinese characters.
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Nov 14, 2021

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5.0
32 reviews
黎忠堅
October 6, 2020
Amazing app! Very slick-looking and user-friendly. I actually wanted to create a CJKV app like this (mainly to promote Nôm), but it seems you beat me to it. I really appreciate you including Vietnamese because it usually gets left out of the conversations regarding East Asia and Chinese characters. One thing I'd recommend though is to have examples, like a sentence per usage point if possible. If you ever need help with the Viet section, I'd be happy to help! (Sorry shameless plug)
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Emmanuel Ternon
January 27, 2021
Thanks a lot for your kind words and for your feedback. I'll look into adding example sentences in the future.
A Google user
June 19, 2019
Excellent app! appreciate the effort you put in. suggestions: Give an option to display Chinese results in pinyin, since many users don't know zhuyin After searching an ambiguous query, give some way to display equivalents in the other languages without copy/pasting hanzi. e.g. if I search "kyoudai", since there is more than one result (兄弟、強大, etc.), it would be handy if I could click "兄弟" and get the results in Chinese as well. Add support for Japanese compounds with multiple readings (e.g. 昨日)
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Emmanuel Ternon
June 11, 2020
Thanks a lot for your feedback and sorry about the late reply. Chinese results can now be displayed in Pinyin through a dedicated option. Thanks for the suggestion about ambiguous queries (e.g. 兄弟 vs. 強大 when searching for "kyoudai"), I will think of a way to implement that feature. Alternative readings for Japanese (e.g. 昨日) are already supported.
M M
March 24, 2022
I was searching for the name of this app for ages - absolutely incredible. Going to share it with all of my language learning friends :D thank you for how much work you put into this!!!
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Made app compatible with Android 12