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Using a Dictionary
Example: Looking Up a Headword
• The following explanation and screen shots are based on the German-English
dictionary.
1
Press
.
,
• If the keyword input screen does not
appear at this time, press the same key
again.
Check to make sure that
"Headword" is highlighted.
2
Input the term you want to look up.
This example looks up
"studieren". A list of hits
continually updates as you
input the term.
Useful Dictionary Functions
Jump Search
Use the following procedure when you want to use a term that appears within a
defi nition or explanation as the keyword for another search. You can also search
for examples and idioms that use the term.
1
While a definition screen or explanation screen is on the
display, press
.
This highlights the fi rst term that can be selected for Jump Search.
2
Use
,
,
,and
you want to look up, and then press
You can specify a specifi c dictionary as the Jump Search destination by
pressing the applicable dictionary key (like
3
Use
and
to move the highlighting to the dictionary you
want to use, and then press
This displays a list of terms that completely match or are similar to the one you selected.
When the highlighted term is a plural form (like "dishes"), a comparative form
(like "bigger"), or any other form that is produced by adding a suffi x to the
original term, the search will look for the original term ("dish", "big", etc.)
To search for examples that use the highlighted term, use
select "Beispiel" (Example), and then
"idiom" (Phrase) and then press
idioms that use the selected term or a term that is close to the selected term.
4
Use
,
,
and
you want and then press
Even while the term list displayed (in step 3), you can use
select the dictionary you want to use as the Jump Search destination.
You can also perform another Jump Search from a defi nition or explanation
screen that you arrived at from a previous Jump Search. Note that you can
perform up to 10 Jump Searches in succession.
You cannot perform a zoom operation while a term to be used in a Jump
Search is highlighted. You also cannot change the dictionary you are using. In
order to perform these operations, fi rst press
Performing the Jump Search operation on a term with a reference symbol
( ) next to it in the English-English dictionary will display the term's data
display. You do not need to specify a Jump Search destination in this case.
Favorites
You can store terms, idioms, and examples in Favorites for later lookup. Check
marking capabilities help you to manage terms, examples, and idioms in a variety
of different ways.
You can maintain word lists, example lists, and idiom lists for individual
dictionary (mode) categories.
Words, examples, and idioms registered in each dictionary are saved in the
lists for that dictionary.
You can have up to 1,500 word, example, and idiom entries stored at one time.
Storing a Term, Idiom or Example in Favorites
1
Display the meaning of the term, idiom, or example you want to store.
Note that you need to display the screen that contains the full meaning of
the item being stored. You cannot perform this operation starting from the
partial meaning display that appears on a dictionary list screen.
2
SPEICHERN/WÄHLEN
Press
and then
This causes the
icon to appear on the screen and stores the item in
Favorites.
Remember that this operation can be used to store an item from a screen
produced by a Headword Search, Example Search, or Idiom Search on the
electronic dictionary's screen. If you try to store an item from a screen that
was displayed by pressing
the applicable headword will be stored instead.
The
icon will disappear from the screen when the stored term,
explanation, or idiom is deleted from Favorites.
Quick Reference Guide
to move the highlighting to the term
.
).
.
and
. To search for idioms, select
. This will display a list of example or
to move the highlighting to the term
.
and
to remove the highlighting.
.
, the defi nition or explanation screen for
3
Use
,
,
the highlighting to the term
(headword) you want to select.
4
Press
.
• This displays the result of the look-up.
Viewing Favorites Contents
1
Press
.
2
Use
and
want to view.
3
Use
and
contains the term, idiom, or example you want to view and
then press
.
4
Use
and
to move the highlighting to the term, idiom, or
example you want, and then press
History Search
Each time you look up a term, it is stored in history memory. You can view the
current contents of the history memory for a specific dictionary, or for all
dictionaries.
When you want to perform re-lookup of a term that you recently searched for,
simply display the history list and select the term (History Search).
History memory can contain up to 1,000 terms at one time. When you perform a
search operation that causes this maximum limit to be exceeded, the new entry
to
causes the oldest entry in history memory to be deleted automatically.
To perform a History Search for a specifi c dictionary
1
While the dictionary whose history you want to search is on
the display, press
2
Use
,
,
to
you want to re-look up, and then press
This displays the defi nition of the term you selected.
To perform a History Search for all dictionaries
1
Press
and then
The last term you searched for is highlighted on the list.
2
Use
,
,
you want to re-look up, and then press
This displays the defi nition of the term you selected.
Deleting History Memory Entries
You can use any one of the following three procedures to delete history memory
entries.
Delete one entry only
Delete all the entries for a specifi c dictionary
Delete all history memory contents
1
Press
.
2
Use
,
,
history entry you want to delete.
3
Press
.
Pressing
dictionaries. In this case, the screen that appears will show the message
"Delete All History".
4
Use the
and
delete type you want to perform and then press
This deletes history data in accordance with the procedure you performed
in the preceding steps.
EW-G3500
, and
to move
to move the highlighting to the category you
to move the highlighting to word list that
.
.
and
to move the highlighting to the term
.
and
to move the highlighting to the term
.
and
to move the highlighting to the
in step 1 will display the history memory for all
cursor keys to move the cursor (
) to the
.
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