The consent (whether you possess it) is Japanese - Arabic / Arabic - Japanese dictionary in the Web. I stood, and, in 2010, I was raised with ハルーン Sawa Al Luke of the dictionary editor by ヒシャム ウマル. Dictionary approximately 71,000 words, 46,000 examples (as of October, 2016).
- I stood, and a plan was achieved in 2004.
- A first edition was published as dictionary software called "a cherry tree" in 2005. Approximately 17,000 words.
- The second edition of "the cherry tree" was published in 2009 and came to record approximately 30,000 words.
- "The consent" for Web was shown in 2010. Approximately 71,000 words, 46,000 examples (as of October, 2016).
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