Твоя тень (miriena) wrote in linguaphiles,
Твоя тень

Pronunciation dictionaries

Does anyone happen to know of any machine-readable pronunciation dictionaries out there? I'm breaking my head trying to find any traces of them online, the only ones that came up so far are these: German lexicon, Spanish lexicon (it's *okay*, not the best, but works in lieu of NOTHING), and CMU's Enlglish dictionary. I'm looking for more European languages. I'd imagine something should exist for French, for example, but can't seem to find anything, grr :-(

I don't care that something's not free, usually large dictionaries like that aren't. It just needs to be a good source...

Thanks! :-)


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