Whether you like it or not, the French exist, and they speak French. If you want to communicate with them, especially in their country, you need to do so in French... that's a fact; it is not like when you go to your favorite summer resort in August and order sangría and paella at the beach bar like the fucking middle boss you are, and the bartender speaks to you in his local dialect. You react with moral superiority and shout at him something like Talk to me in English, that is what we speak in this country! and the rest of your party laughs out loud and agree. If you do this in France, you will most likely get your ass kicked.
A dictionary with almost 300,000 words
For good people like you, who have nothing to do with the above reaction, French Dictionary is an app in which you can check Wiktionary's offline version in the language of Gauls and of all those colonies where the French have settled for years. You can check word definitions (in French) and verb conjugations, which can be very useful both to learn the language and to get by.
The application requires an advanced level of French, considering it is a monolingual dictionary and not a French vocabulary translated into other languages. The following are its main features:
- Almost 300,000 words.
- Verb conjugations.
- No need for an internet connection.
- Easy to navigate the app's content.
- Bookmarks and history.
- Several interface themes.
- Featured random new words that you can learn.