PyGlossary Dictionary Glossary File Converter

PyGlossary is a free and open source dictionary file converter for Linux, Windows and MacOS. It is written in Python and released under GNU General Public License v3.0. It comes with sorting, cache directory, filters, SQLite mode and more. Also extend its features via plugins.

PyGlossary

Currently it supports Aard 2, ABBYY Lingvo DSL, Almaany, AppleDict, Babylon BGL, CC-CEDICT, cc-kedict, CSV, Dict, dictunformat, DictionaryForMIDs, DigitalNK, DIKT JSON, EDLIN, EPUB-2, FreeDict, HTML, JMDict, JSON, Kobo, Lingoes, Mobipocket E-Bookm Octopus MDict, Sdictionary, SQL, StarDict, Tabfile, Wordset.org, XDXF, Yomichan, Zim file formats.

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Install PyGlossary on Ubuntu Linux

You can install PyGlossary via the flatpak package file from the remote flathub repository. Install flatpak and flathub on your system first and restart the system after the installation.

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Install flatpak and flathub

Open the terminal command-line app (ctrl+alt+t) and run below PyGlossary flatpak install command. It will install the latest version of PyGlossary on your system.

flatpak install flathub io.github.ilius.pyglossary

And open PyGlossary using below command in terminal app. You can also open it from the application menu.

flatpak run io.github.ilius.pyglossary

And uninstall PyGlossary using this command.

sudo flatpak uninstall io.github.ilius.pyglossary

That’s it

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