Using Google’s Built-In Dictionary – Just Remember The Word “define”

At one point Google had a page set up where you specifically could look up a word for its’ definition and spelling. That has since changed and is actually now easier. All you have to do is remember the word define

Let’s say we want to define the word ambient. In the Google Search Box you simply would type define ambient to get the result (see below).

Google Dictionary

To take this one step further; once you get the result, click on More info to get more web definitions of the word.

So the next time you are stuck on a word for its’ definition or spelling, you do not need to go looking for the dictionary on the bookshelf, just use Google and remember the word define.

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  1. Had to share Google’s ‘define’ (dictionary) on our Facebook blog. Once again thanks for the tips. With all of the different things Google is capable of, I didn’t know this – Shared it on Facebook so all of the school’s programs could see how it works. Thanks Rick.

    Steve

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