Okay, I understand. But could you provide them in some DRM format for me to use somewhere outside the App?I'm afraid that's impossible - much as with other paid e-books, the dictionaries we sell are copy-protected and we're not allowed to release them to users in plaintext format.
Okay, thanks for the quick replyUnfortunately that's not possible at the moment. (we're not aware of any technical solution for that, and even if one existed, some of the licenses we've signed with publishers don't necessarily contemplate us distributing dictionaries that way and would have to be renegotiated to allow for it)
I don't want to sound demeaning, but wouldn't it make more sense to just keep your phone next to your Kindle and search up the words through that manner? Like that you can save the cards and learn them through flashcards later on. The dictionaries aren't great and all, but it certainly isn't the whole Pleco package.Could you give me a hint what kind of files the .pdb dictionary files are?
CC-CEDICT and Wiktionary are your best options there, honestly; I'm not aware of any reference publisher willing to offer dictionary databases to end users without DRM.Do you have an idea where I could obtain a good quality dictionary like the ABC in a format that I can use to make a dictionary?