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I have installed dictd from Ubuntu Software Center in my Ubuntu 14.04. I want to use it as an offline dictionary but can't find it's application by pressing the superkey.

Please help.

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For others looking at this question, you may want to consider my new project: https://github.com/mufeed20/pydict
It may just be what you are looking for but its in alpha. If possible, consider contributing.
Run 'pydict.py' in SFPD. This does not need you to install additional applications other than Python 3, dictd, dict-wn and python-gobject.

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You can't find in among the applications, because dictd in itself is a console application, you have to use a frontend application for it, e.g. opendict or goldendict.

In console, you would simple just write dict [options] word. You can look up the options at the man page of dict.

What I did not cover in this answer is the installation of a dictionary to the dictd database. As I have not used the software personally, I cannot provide a solution for this, but you may surely find guides for it on the internet.

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  • kdictd is not there in the ububtu software center – Vishal Sharma Oct 22 '14 at 18:34
  • how do I use it as dictionary using terminal? – Vishal Sharma Oct 22 '14 at 18:35
  • I've updated my answer to answer your questions. – meskobalazs Oct 22 '14 at 18:46
  • problem resolved thanx – Vishal Sharma Oct 22 '14 at 18:49

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