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The antonyms are labelled "Opposite", because we try to use easier terminology, in order to make the dictionary more accessible.
You can also freely download our antonyms dictionary as a single text file.
We receive many requests for the definition of different words. At this moment, our limited resources do not allow us to answer such requests.
An older full version of the hyper-dictionary, covering 120,000 words, is available on the HyperDic CD-rom.
We also envisage to make the latest full release available as a commercial download. If you are interested in this possibility, you can contact us here.
Only partially: there is a free version of HyperDic, named MiniDic, which covers an essential selection of the most frequent words in the English vocabulary. MiniDic is freely available from the download page, and consists of 1200 XHTML pages, packaged into a 1.5 MB file, compressed with tar and gzip. To unpack it, you need appropriate decompression software, and 14 MB free disk space.
Yes, you may freely use, copy, modify and distribute the above-mentioned free offline MiniDic package, on any medium, without paying any fee to the copyright holder, under the terms of the standard Artistic License 2. You may repackage the provided files for distribution, using any alternative compression method (or without compression).
If you distribute more than a few copies, you are encouraged (but not required) to contact us. We will be happy to set up a hyperlink from hyperdic.net to alternative download sites.
Of course, we will always comply with such requests, if we can. But until now, all the disputed links or pictures have been beyond our control.
In particular, the HyperDic.net dictionary includes a picture section, with a small number of illustrations for each word in the dictionary. As clearly indicated on each of these pages, all these image results are powered by Google Images.
We have no influence on Google's image search results, so you would need to contact Google directly, if you want to prevent your photos and links from appearing in these search results. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience.