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I have a list of English words which I'd like to get their meaning in English, as well. Do you know a website/software which tells the meaning of whole words just in one effort? Currently, in all of websites/dictionaries I know, I have to write words one by one and get the meaning of them one by one! It is really tiring to do that for about 600 words. Appreciate any help.

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    Welcome to Software Recommendations! While the title of your question asks for a software, the body itself just refers to websites. Please note that we don't do website recommendations here (there's a new SE site in proposal for that on Area51), which would make that off-topic. To me (just my personal opinion) this looks like a candidate for our OpenData sister site (check with their /help/on-topic first to make sure), if you'd ask for that data-set (dictionary) to download parse it yourself.
    – Izzy
    Jul 8, 2015 at 7:05

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If you have a Linux or a virtual machine with Linux install dict. It is a command line dictionary.

If you want to set up a VM for that purpose I can say that I don't know Ubuntu, but I know for sure that dict is in the Debian repo.

After dict installation you can write a script to parse a text file, pass each word to the dict command and output the result on another text file.

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Try My Word List app for Android. You can import an entire list of words, then you can export the words and definitions, along with other data as well:

Free version: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.fortylove.mywordlist.free

Disclaimer: I am the developer.

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