Update : 2018.12.13  Thu  No : 499
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HUFS Helps Revise Outdated Naver Dictionaries

On Feb. 28, HUFS agreed to a business contract with Naver, one of the largest South Korean online platforms, to revise the online dictionaries of 11 languages.

With Naver’s financial support, HUFS could make it possible to revise the existing dictionary that often fails to meet current demands. Soon preproduction will begin.
The Portuguese-Korean dictionary will get a new version produced by HUFS, and the contents of the Swahili and Hindi dictionaries will become more accurate and richer.

Kim Hyun-taek, the Vice President of External Affairs and Development, said, “We hope that not only will this project improve the accuracy of the dictionary but the convenience of the language-learners.

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