The Oxford Dictionaries API gives you access to our world-renowned dictionary data in an ever-growing list of languages. Based on our intensive language research programme – one of the largest in the world – our data is up-to-date, accurate, and reliable and, for the first time, can be quickly and easily incorporated into your apps via one single API. The Oxford Dictionaries API includes:
• Flexible endpoints including headwords, parts of speech, synonyms, audio, example sentences, and more.
• Lexical frequency and n-gram information from our integrated LexiStats API
• Data expertly pre-processed by our in-house engineers to ensure accuracy and consistency of format across datasets – in many languages, for the first time.
• Continually updated content, giving you immediate access to the latest words and linguistic resources.
• Datasets in multiple languages, including English, Spanish, Hindi, isiZulu, Latvian, and more.
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The Oxford Dictionaries Laravel PHP SDK by Inani El Houssain allows developers to integrate the Oxford Dictionaries API into their applications built with Laravel, a PHP web framework. This SDK is installed via Composer.
The Oxford Dictionaries Python SDK by Brice Leroy allows developers to access the Oxford Dictionaries API from their Python applications. This is a simple project that returns the definition of a word as a JSON response.