Compiled by expert teams of Spanish and English lexicographers the Oxford Spanish Dictionary provides the richest, most contemporary coverage of Spanish from around the world. The result of thorough research using sophisticated computer programs to search for new terminology and ensure that all the latest vocabulary from Latin American Spanish and American English is covered.
501 Spanish Verbs by Christopher Kendris; Theodore Kendris
Dictionary of the Spanish Language of the Royal Spanish Academy (DRAE) is an all Spanish dictionary, published by the Royal Spanish Academy, the official institution for regulating the Spanish language.
Takes definitions from the Webster's New World Concise Spanish Dictionary, and offers a phrasebook and answers forum alongside traditional entries. The dictionary also has optional features such as flashcards and a word of the day email newsletter.
Helpful online tool for conjugating Spanish verbs. Type in the infinitive form of the verb to instantly see conjugations in either table or list format. Also has an option to show or hide pronouns as well as conjugate only certain tenses. Features a very simple and easy to use interface.
Offers two free dictionaries, the Concise Oxford Spanish Dictionary (2005) and the Diccionano Espasa Concise (2000). The Oxford dictionary features several support features and mechanisms for finding related entries in both Spanish and English.