An online pronounciing dictionary owned by Forvo Media of Spain. Approximately 150 languages are represented. The site contains no definitions. Anyone may add to this dictionary. (The editors are volunteer.)
Diction in Context by Brenda Smith"Diction in Context is a unique and highly practical textbook for singers learning to sing in English, Italian, German, and French. Each chapter is designed for use in diction courses in academic music and voice programs, helping students learn through pronunciation, articulation, enunciation, punctuation, and cultural context in each language. Students and teachers of singing will benefit from the text's pertinent biographical, historical and literary sources along with diction rules and textual examples of English, Italian, German and French song. For each language, there is a section on sentence structure and syntax intended to assist readers with poetic analysis and word-by-word translations. Representative song texts are provided for the purpose of comparative listening and phonetic transcription. Comparative listening reveals subtle differences in expression and diction. In addition, the texts are presented in a workbook format, allowing space for IPA dictation practice"-- Provided by publisher.
Oxford German Dictionary by Oxford Dictionaries Staff (Editor)"The Oxford German Dictionary provides authoritative coverage of German and English with over 320,000 words and phrases, and 520,000 translations. Essential grammatical information and language usage notes are provided for both languages. This edition of the Oxford German Dictionary includes cultural notes, providing interesting and helpful information on life in the German- and English-speaking world. In addition, there are boxed notes offering help with language usage and construction, and a centre section covering essential correspondence with sample letters, emails, CVs and résumés, and sections on using the telephone and writing text messages. The colour design and ultra-clear layout make it even easier to find the translation you are looking for. It is an essential reference tool for all serious students of German."--Publisher's description.
Google Translate is a multilingual neural machine translation service developed by Google to translate text, documents and websites from one language into another. It offers a website interface, a mobile app for Android and iOS, and an API that helps developers build browser extensions and software applications. (from Wikipedia)
LEO (Link Everything Online) is a translation dictionary started by the computer science department of the Technical University of Munich in Germany in 1994 and became its own LLC in 2006. Available languages: German (source language), English, French, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Russian, Portuguese, Polish