KTranslator is a dictionary application for KDE. It should support any language and come with a plugin system to ease the addition of new dictionaries. It is designed to be able to translate a word without disturbing the application in use. When a user selects a word while pressing CTRL key, KTranslator will try to translate the word and show the result in a popup window in a manner similar to Babylon for Windows.
released on 22 March 2006
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