Google Revamps Dictionary Results
Google announced they have redesigned and enhanced their dictionary results.
Google said you no longer have to type define or what is prior to your search to trigger a dictionary. Google added “implicit triggering” of the dictionary result, so for example, a search on [stupendous] shows a dictionary result at the top of the page:
The dictionary result also includes speech and pronunciation information and additional dictionary links to third-party sites. Plus, Google pushed this out to all global English users. There are more changed coming, including improvements to the mobile experience.
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