"The Oxford English dictionary par excellence"
The'Oxford Dictionary of English' is considered to be the most adapted and easy to understand dictionary for both school use and for people who, without previous knowledge, are learning the basic level of English.
This practical dictionary was published both in its physical version and in its application by the University of Oxford itself. However, this application was developed by iFinger and contains a trial license to evaluate the program with an option to purchase it. It has a very intuitive interface to make it easy for those who don't have a high level of computer skills, making it accessible to everyone.
As of November 30, 2005, there are more than 300,000 main entries and a set of more than 300 million printed characters included. In addition to the main entries, it contains 157,000 combinations and derivatives in bold type and more than 169,000 sentences and combinations of these in bold type, making a total of more than 620,000 words.
It also includes pronunciations, etymologies, cross-references between various words, and illustrations to facilitate understanding
If you were thinking of buying an English dictionary, choose Oxford Dictionary of English.