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German/English electronic dictionary

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Has anyone used a small German/English dictionary? I have one for Spanish. It's very convenient for when I'm reading, and I don't know a word. I can look up the word without putting down my book.

I'd like a similar dictionary for German. I'd prefer one just for Germany/English, but in a pinch, a dictionary with a couple of other languages would be okay.

I'd like to pay $50 or so. But for sure under $100.

Any recommendations?

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