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mate-dictionary(1)	    General Commands Manual	    mate-dictionary(1)

NAME
       mate-dictionary - Look up words on dictionaries

SYNOPSIS
       mate-dictionary
       mate-dictionary [options]

       or  select  Dictionary from the Accessories submenu of the Applications
       menu.

DESCRIPTION
       MATE Dictionary provides	dictionary definitions of words, using a  dic-
       tionary source.

       For full	documentation see the MATE Dictionary online help.

OPTIONS
       --look-up word
	      Looks  up	 the  specified	 word using the	pre-defined dictionary
	      source.

       --match word
	      Matches one or  more  words  using  the  pre-defined  dictionary
	      source.

       -s source or --source source
	      Uses  the	 specified source for looking up words.	 This does not
	      affect the global	settings.

       -n or --no-window
	      Using this switch	with the --look-up will	print the  definitions
	      found on the console without launching the GUI.

       -D database or --database database
	      Use  the	specified database for looking up words. This does not
	      affect the global	settings.

       --help Display help information.

CONFIGURATION
       All the configuration is	handled	using GSettings.

AUTHOR
       MATE Dictionary was originally written by Spiros	 Papadimitriou	(<spa-
       padim+@cs.cmu.edu>), Mike Hughes	(<mfh@psilord.com>) and	Bradford Hovi-
       nen (<hovinen@udel.edu>).

       Emmanuele Bassi (<ebassi@gmail.com>) rewrote it from scratch.

       This manual page	was originally written	by  Jochen  Voss  <voss@mathe-
       matik.uni-kl.de>.

SEE ALSO
       dict(1),	dictd(8), http://www.dict.org/,	RFC 2229

mate-utils 1.10.2		  Jul 11 2015		    mate-dictionary(1)

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