Arabic-English Dictionary

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About this app

The Aratools Arabic-English Dictionary is a bilingual dictionary showing English translations of Modern Standard Arabic words. It handles a wide range of Arabic morphology and contains a rich and media friendly vocabulary. It is ideal for consumers of Arabic media sources or Arabic language learners.

Key features include:

Prefix and suffix morphology.
Shows POS and root information.
Over 80000 stems in dictionary.

Important: The application requires the use of Arabic separate keyboard input which must be installed or configured separately.
Updated on
Jan 28, 2024

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Ratings and reviews

46 reviews
Syed Kalamuddin
February 14, 2024
From the time the new update the history is not working properly. Also when you type a new word it gives the meaning but later on the word disappears. Please fix it
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September 17, 2023
I love to be able to use the aratool dictionary offline (since it was my go-to dictionary online). Also the look of the app is a lot better than shown in the screenshots and is available a dark mode (although you have to set it from the device's system settings and not through the app itself).
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Benjamin Guile
November 7, 2023
Stems! Stems! Stems! This is the only dictionary online i have found that gives the stem when given the word: إستعفاء shows the stem! عفو. Clear, clean, simple, direct 🥳 \°.°/ 🤩
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What's new

Fixed pasteboard input for Android 10 and earlier. Corrected and updated Arabic root entries.