Changes in dictionary services: new service RedFox Master in use

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Our customers can now access a new language service RedFox Master Online. It includes:

  • basic and comprehensive dictionaries, 41 languages
  • specialized dictionaries, 41 languages
  • monolingual dictionaries, 41 languages
  • Finnish language dictionary 
  • grammar resources, 8 languages
  • video lessons, 8 languages 
  • text translation tool, 38 languages 
  • proof reading tool, 20 languages   


Direct link to the service: the
The resource can also be accessed via Aalto-Finna.  

MOT service dictionaries are still in use; however, the content is no longer updated.

Further information: [email protected]

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