Why lug around a heavy language dictionary?

07/21/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

People learning a new language have many options beyond carrying a bilingual dictionary in their back pocket. Smartphones offer a variety of foreign language dictionary mobile applications that will not weigh individuals down during their travels abroad, and instead of leafing through pages, users can quickly search the program for the word they are trying to use.

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