ABBYY Lingvo Dictionaries Russian Edition provides convenient online access to reliable dictionary content for Russian and Ukrainian-speaking users. Detailed general translation and subject dictionaries provide in-depth information, namely various translation options, transcriptions, pronunciation examples, and "live" examples of word usage extracted from various technical, fiction and business texts.

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Russian dictionaries

94000 entries

The English-Russian Dictionary of Computer Science: around 55,000 words and phrases – 8th edition, revised and amended. © ABBYY Ltd, E.K. Maslovsky.

The dictionary has been prepared by the lexicographic team of the Applied Linguistics Division of ABBYY company and E. K. Maslovsky. This is a further evolution of the well-known English-Russian Computer Engineering Dictionary under the editorship of E. K. Maslovsky and "English-Russian Computing System and Information Technology Dictionary" by the same author that featured several printed and electronic publications.
The present edition has been significantly enriched with terms from such areas as logical device design and modeling, knowledge engineering, production computerization, artificial intelligence systems, computer networks, digital signal processing, parallel and pipeline computations, system analysis, Internet Technology.
During the work on the vocabulary terminology the following American periodicals "Advances in Engineering Software", "Artificial Intelligence", "Computer Communications", "Computer Networks", "Data and Knowledge Engineering", "Expert Systems With Applications", "Future Generation Computer Systems", "Information and Software Technology", "Interacting with Computers", "Knowledge-Based Systems", "Microprocessors and Microsystems", "Parallel Computing", "Robotics and Autonomous Systems" have been used to develop the dictionary’s terminology: as well as numerous English Internet publications and glossaries.
In a new edition errors have been corrected and deficiencies, found by the author himself and numerous users of the dictionary during 2005-2007, have been eliminated, as well as a number of important user suggestions have been taken into account.

The Russian-English Index to the English-Russian Dictionary of Computer Science*. 47,000 entries.


*The English-Russian Dictionary of Computer Science: around 55,000 words and phrases – 8th edition, revised and amended. © ABBYY Ltd, E.K. Maslovsky.

LingvoComputer (Ru<->En)

85000 entries

The English-Russian Dictionary of Economics. © ABBYY, 2001. 50,000 entries.

Compiled by ABBYY’s lexicographers, this Dictionary is to be superseded by the Economicus series of dictionaries currently being developed by ABBYY in collaboration with the Saint Petersburg School of Economics, five of which are already present in ABBYY Lingvo x3.
5th ed., revised and updated.

The Russian-English Index to the English-Russian Dictionary of Economics*. 35,000 entries.


*The English-Russian Dictionary of Economics. © ABBYY, 2001. 50,000 entries.

LingvoEconomics (Ru<->En)

286000 entries

The English-Russian Scientific Dictionary: around 140,000 words and phrases – 7th edition, revised and amended. © ABBYY Ltd, E. K. Maslovsky, 2008.

The original version of the Scientific and Technical dictionary was created by a lexicographic team of the Applied Linguistics Division of ABBYY company using semi-automatic processing of a large bulk of scientific and technical texts simultaneously in English and Russian. Regardless of some deficiencies, unavoidable in production of such creation, the dictionary was a valuable source of information in quite a number of subject areas, not covered by other dictionaries.
In a new edition, completely revised by E.K. Maslovsky, numerous mistakes and deficiencies, found by the developers and users during the entire period of the dictionary’s existence, have been corrected and eliminated. A large number of terms missing in the Polytechnic dictionary (e.g., automotive, food, oil, gas industry and other) have also been added. Many of the previous terms are supplied with the explanations where needed.
The main subject areas covered by the dictionary are mechanical engineering, metallurgy, geology, railway transport, construction, electrical engineering, communications, oil production and refining, applied mathematics. Some fields of the scientific vocabulary, not related to the technical area (Agriculture, Botany, Biology, Archeology and Astronomy) are also presented in the dictionary.

The Russian-English Index to the English-Russian Scientific Dictionary*. 146,000 entries.


*The English-Russian Scientific Dictionary: around 140,000 words and phrases – 7th edition, revised and amended. © ABBYY Ltd, E. K. Maslovsky, 2008.

LingvoScience (Ru<->En)

16000 entries

The Thesaurus of Russian Business Words. © ABBYY, 2004. 16,000 entries.

Compiled by ABBYY’s lexicographers, the Dictionary is the result of semi-automatic processing of a large corpus of business Russian and is the first Russian thesaurus to list synonyms typical of the language of business. It can be effectively used in conjunction with bilingual specialist and business dictionaries.
3rd ed.

LingvoThesaurus (Ru->Ru)

16000 entries

Danish-Russian and Russian-Danish Dictionary (Ye.V. Lorentsen, I.G. Zvegintseva) Ed. Ye.V. Lorentsen. The dictionary contains over 16,000 most widely used words and phrases in Danish and Russian languages. This is active vocabulary required for a day-to-day life, a tourist trip or for reading texts of average difficulty. The dictionary is intended for learners of Danish and Russian languages, tourists, businessmen.

Universal (Ru<->Da)

28000 entries

Finnish-Russian and Russian-Finnish Dictionary © Russkiy Yazyk - Media, 2004; Yu. S. Yeliseev. 28,000 words .

The Finnish-Russian and Russian-Finnish Dictionary contains a total of 28,000 words, including names of places. These are the core words and phrases commonly used in the media and in ordinary day-to-day conversations at home or when shopping, travelling or going out.

The Dictionary is intended for Russian tourists and businessmen going to Finland and for Finns coming to Russia. The inclusion of the most frequent word forms and labels make it suitable for learners of Finnish or Russian.

Universal (Ru<->Fi)

30000 entries

Hungarian-Russian and Russian-Hungarian Dictionary. A.P. Guskova © Russkiy yazyk - Media, 2005

The dictionary contains over 30,000 words and phrases, common expressions and phrases. Intended for students learning Hungarian or Russian, useful for tourists and businessmen during overseas trips.

Universal (Ru<->Hu)

24000 entries

New Dutch-Russian and Russian-Dutch Dictionary. © Russkiy yazyk - Media, 2009, T.N. Drenyasova, L.S. Schechkova

The dictionary contains over 24,000 words and phrases in both of its parts. The dictionary includes the most common Dutch and Russian words.
The dictionary is intended for Russian and foreign students with different levels of competence in the two languages.

Universal (Ru<->Nl)

146000 entries

The New Chinese-Russian Dictionary. © Russkiy Yazyk – Media, 2004, A.V. Kotov. 4,100 hieroglyphs and 26,000 entries.

The Dictionary includes 4,100 most commonly used hieroglyphs and over 26,000 words and word combinations. The author believes that this Dictionary will answer the needs of students studying Chinese at university level, as well as enabling its users to read Chinese newspapers and magazines with only very occasional look-ups in larger dictionaries. It can also be used as a reference book on Chinese spelling and pronunciation, and serve as a source of linguistic material for textbooks.
The Dictionary is intended for Chinese students, teachers, and sinologists.

The Comprehensive Russian-Chinese Dictionary, 120,000 words and phrases. © Russkiy Yazyk, 2005; Z.I. Baranova, A.V. Kotov

The Dictionary provides translations into Chinese for 120,000 Russian words and phrases and covers the language of politics, day-to-day conversation, the most common science and technology terms, free word combinations, set phrases, and idioms.
Translations of headwords into Chinese are followed by their romanized spellings and indications of tone.
The Dictionary is intended for Sinologists, linguists, translators, teachers, and students of Chinese, and will prove useful to native speakers of Chinese who study or use the Russian language.

Universal (Ru<->Ch)

230000 entries

The comprehensive German-Russian dictionary contains over 80,000 entries.© ABBYY, 2013
The dictionary contains entries with a detailed description, as well as illustrative examples and phraseological expressions. Along with commonly used words, the dictionary contains terminology from various professional fields. The present-day lexicon that was included in the dictionary reflects the current state of the language, the brisk growth of information technology, and new trends in various spheres of culture.
The dictionary provides a solid foundation for learning the German language.
The dictionary is intended for a wide audience with varying degrees of language competence. It will be useful both for those who use German in their professional activities - linguists, translators, teachers - and those who are learning German and interested in it.

The Russian-German Dictionary. © Russkiy Yazyk - Media, 2005, M.J. Zwilling. 150,000 words and expressions.
This is a completely new dictionary at the cutting edge of modern lexicography. The Dictionary contains 150,000 Russian words and expressions and their German equivalents.
The Dictionary reflects the changes that have taken place in Russia and Germany in the past decades.
This is a college-size dictionary designed to be used in for general conversations. The Dictionary is intended primarily for university students, school pupils and all those who wish to improve their German. Businessmen working with German partners will also find this Dictionary useful.

Universal (Ru<->De)

22000 entries

Greek-Russian and Russian-Greek Dictionary © Russkiy Yazyk – Media, 2008, A.V. Salnova.

The Dictionary contains 22,000 words used in everyday conversation and is intended for beginner students of Greek or Russian. The Dictionary may also be of practical use to tourists and business people.

Universal (Ru<->El)

185000 entries

The Universal English-Russian Dictionary. © ABBYY, 2008. 100,000 entries.

Compiled by ABBYY’s lexicographers, the Dictionary was first published in 1990 and was a new word in lexicography. It was the first dictionary to combine the features of a bilingual translation dictionary and a monolingual dictionary and was specifically designed for electronic storage and retrieval. Most of the entries are supplied with detailed explanations, comments, and illustrative examples, and many provide synonyms and antonyms for the headword.
LingvoUniversal can be successfully used to translate texts from English into Russian, and to write texts in English. The meanings are supplied with numerous examples which, coupled with the powerful full-text search facility, not only serve illustrative purposes but are an invaluable source of linguistic information.
The Dictionary is regularly updated to reflect language change. New additions include colloquial and taboo words, without which he lexicographic picture of contemporary English would have been incomplete.

The Universal Russian-English Dictionary © ABBYY, 2005. 85,000 entries

Compiled by ABBYY’s lexicographers, Universal (Ru-En) is a sister dictionary to Universal (En-Ru). The Dictionary has been revised and updated to include more words and phrases specific to Russian life and culture. 8th ed., revised and updated

Universal (Ru<->En)

270000 entries

The New French-Russian Dictionary. © Russkiy Yazyk - Media, 2004, V.G. Gak, K.A. Ganchina. 70,000 entries.

The New French-Russian Dictionary is the most comprehensive French-Russian dictionary currently available on the market. The dictionary contains more than 70,000 entries and 200,000 words and expressions. The Dictionary reflects the French language as spoken today and includes many words and expressions that are ususally labelled as argot or taboo, but are now commonly used in fiction and in the media. The Dictionary is based on the latest French monolingual dictionaries and includes all the words from Petit Robert and Petit Larousse, the best single-volume French dictionaries.
Detailed entries contain idioms and terms, supplied with grammar, style and usage labels. Pronunciation and spelling peculiarities are also indicated wherever required. The Dictionary is intended for linguists and for all those interested in the French language. This is a companion volume to the Active French-Russian Dictionary by V.G. Gak and J, Triomphe, which was specifically designed for French-speaking students of Russian.

The Comprehensive Russian-French Dictionary. © Russkiy Yazyk - Media, 2004, L. Scerba, M. Matoussevitch, T.P. Vorontsova et al. 200,000 words and expressions.
This Dictionary is a revised and updated edition of the well-known Russian-French Dictionary by L. Scerba and M. Matoussevitch, which was first published in 1935. The compilers have remained faithful to the principles laid down by L. Scerba and have tried to preserve the original structure and organization of the entries.
This is the largest Russian-French dictionary ever compiled and includes more than 200,000 words and expressions of contemporary Russian, many idioms, scientific terms and words widely used in the media. The Dictionary includes many terms related to world religions and cultures. For French translations, the compilers have relied on the latest French dictionaries. Compared to the first edition, the number of words in this volume has grown two-fold. The compilers selected illustrative examples so as to reflect the various aspects of modern Russian usage.
The Dictionary is intended for linguists, translators, teachers, and university students. French students of Russian may also find it useful.

Universal (Ru<->Fr)

300000 entries

The New Comprehensive Italian-Russian Dictionary. © Russkiy Yazyk - Media, 2004, G.F. Zorco. 300,000 words and expressions.

The Dictionary contains more than 300,000 words and phrases of contemporary Italian. Detailed entries contain extensive information about collocations and idioms. The Dictionary offers good coverage of scientific, media, technical, and sports terms.
The Dictionary is intended for linguists, translators, teachers, and students of Italian. The Dictionary can also be used by Italian students of Russian.

The New Comprehensive Russian-Italian Dictionary. © Russkiy Yazyk - Media, 2006, A.B. Kanestri. 220,000 words and phrases.

The Dictionary contains 220,000 words and phrases of contemporary Russian and their Italian equivalents. The compiler aimed to include as many word senses, collocations and set expressions as the space allowed. Wide coverage is given to scientific, technical, business, and socio-political terms.
The dictionary is intended for translators, teachers, and students of Italian at university level.

Universal (Ru-It)

105000 entries

Kazakh-Russian Dictionary, 35 000 words and phrases, Kostanai, 2008 © 2008 L.D. Yerzhanova, P.V. Kosovich © 2008 Tsentralno-Aziatskoye Knizhnoye Izdatelstvo

The Kazakh-Russian Dictionary includes about 35,000 words and phrases of contemporary Kazakh and is the most recent Kazakh-Russian dictionary.
The Dictionary is based on contemporary Kazakh and Russian lexicographic sources. In compiling the Dictionary, the authors analyzed a large number of fiction and popular science books, the printed media, and folklore (proverbs, sayings, and songs). The Dictionary is intended for translators, teachers, and students.

Comprehensive Russian-Kazakh Dictionary, 70 000 words and phrases, Kostanai, 2008 © 2008 B. Darmenov, P.V. Kosovich © 2008Tsentralno-Aziatskoye Knizhnoye Izdatelstvo

The 2008 edition of the Comprehensive Russian-Kazakh Dictionary includes about 70,000 words and phrases of contemporary literary and colloquial Russian. The Dictionary includes a large number of colloquial and day-to-day phrases and idioms and offers a broad coverage of the current terms used in various areas of knowledge. The Dictionary is intended for beginners and specialists alike, including translators and teachers, and may be used as a practical guide by learners of Russian and Kazakh.

Universal (Ru<->Kk)

116800 entries

The Universal Norwegian-Russian Dictionary. 78,000 entries. © A.M. Medvedev 2009

The compiler of this Dictionary, A.M. Medvedev, is a philologist, translator, and instructor.
This is the largest Norwegian-Russian Dictionary currently available in electronic form. The compiler relied on numerous lexicographic sources and a large body of contemporary Norwegian texts.
The following dictionaries and online resources were used in preparation of this work:

1. Большой Норвежско-Русский словарь, 6-е издание, Аракин В. Д.. - Москва: Живой язык, 2003.
2. Lingua, Norsk-Engelsk, utgave 2 – Oslo: Kunnskapsforlaget, 2005.
3. Escolas Ordbok, Rangvald Taule – Oslo: Escola Forlag, 1998.
4. Engelsk Bla Ordbok, Willy A. Kirkeby - Kunnskapsforlaget, Oslo; 2000.
5. Clue for Windows, Norsk-Engelsk, Versjon 6.4 – Clue international Corporation, 1991-2006.
6. http://www.ordbok.com – Norsk bokmål ordbok/ordliste, 2005 - 2009.
7. http://sprakradet.no - Rettskriving og ordbøker, 2007 -2009.
8. http://www.dokpro.uio.no - Dokumentasjonsprosjektet, 2006 - 2009.
9. Takk skal ha Barbro og Torgeir Hegland, mine venner i Norge som hjalp mye med boka mi.

The Russian-Norwegian Index to the Universal Norwegian-Russian Dictionary.* 38800 entries


The Universal Norwegian-Russian Dictionary. 78,000 entries. © A.M. Medvedev 2009

Universal (Ru<->No)

72000 entries

New Polish-Russian Dictionary / R. Stypula, G.V. Kovalyova © Russkiy yazyk - Media, 2005

The new Polish-Russian dictionary contains over 36,000 entries. The dictionary includes many new words denoting realities of the turn of XX-XXI centuries. Dictionary entries contain not only the translation of header words but also grammatical information, idioms, set phrases; synonyms to the header word are provided at the end of each entry.
The dictionary is intended for a wide audience: students, teachers, translators, journalists and learners of the Polish language. This dictionary may be used for reading texts on various subjects, excluding specialized texts.

Russian-Polish Index for the New Polish-Russian Dictionary* 36,000 entries © Russkiy yazyk - Media, 2005, R. Stypula, G.V. Kovalyova


*New Polish-Russian Dictionary / R. Stypula, G.V. Kovalyova. © ООО Russkiy yazyk - Media, 2005, R. Stypula, G.V. Kovalyova

Universal (Ru<->Pl)

230000 entries

The Comprehensive Portuguese-Russian Dictionary © A.V. Lazarev, 2007, 115000 entries.

The Portuguese-Russian dictionary contains over 300 000 words and phrases. It includes common words and phrases, translations and descriptions of linguistic-cultural realities, as well as terms of general use. The dictionary is intended for beginners, as well as language specialists, translators and teachers.

The Comprehensive Russian-Portuguese Dictionary © A.V. Lazarev, 2007, 115000 entries.

The Portuguese-Russian dictionary contains over 300 000 words and phrases. It includes common words and phrases, translations and descriptions of linguistic-cultural realities, as well as terms of general use. The dictionary is intended for beginners, as well as language specialists, translators and teachers.

Universal (Ru<->Pt)

40000 entries

The new Turkish-Russian and Russian-Turkish Dictionary. 40,000 words and phrases © "Dom Slavianskoi Knigi", 2008

Lexicographers: N.N. Bogochanskaya, A.S. Torgashova
This Turkish-Russian and Russian-Turkish dictionary contains 40,000 words and expressions, covering a wide range of modern Turkish and Russian vocabulary. In addition, the dictionary includes common expressions and many proverbs and sayings. The dictionary is intended for students, specialists and anybody interested in learning Turkish.

Universal (Ru<->Tr)

113000 entries

Tatar-Russian dictionary. 56,000 words, 7,400 expressions © Ibragimov Institute of Language, Literature and Art, 2007

Russian-Tatar dictionary, 47,000 words. ©1997 F. A. Ganiev

Universal (Ru<->Tt)

500000 entries

The Ukrainian-Russian Dictionary. 250,000 words and word combinations. Edited by Vyacheslav Busel, © ITF Perun, 2008

The Dictionary provides Russian equivalents for the core senses of Ukrainian words. Contemporary Ukrainian spelling is used throughout. The Russian equivalents are grouped based on sense, making it easier for the translator to select the appropriate translation. The Dictionary also includes idiomatic phrases and provides illustrative sentences and word combinations.

The Russian-Ukrainian Dictionary. 250,000 words and word combinations. Edited by Vyacheslav Busel, © ITF Perun, 2008

The Dictionary provides Russian equivalents for the core senses of Ukrainian words. Contemporary Ukrainian spelling is used throughout. The Russian equivalents are grouped based on sense, making it easier for the translator to select the appropriate translation. The Dictionary also includes idiomatic phrases and provides illustrative sentences and word combinations.

Universal (Ru<->Uk)

English dictionaries

500 entries

The Grammatical English-Russian Dictionary. © ABBYY, 2004. 500 entries.

Compiled by ABBYY's lexicographers, LingvoGrammar (En-Ru) is an A to Z guide to English grammar.
LingvoGrammar is organized hierarchically: the root entry is Grammar, which has links to six major grammar topics -- Parts of Speech, Syntax, Speech Situations, American and British English, Spelling, and Punctuation. These, in turn, link to smaller articles. Links to parent entries are marked with an upward-pointing arrow.
The entry headings fall into two categories: grammar terms (e.g. Present Continuous), where the first word is capitalized, and lexemes with peculiar grammatical behaviour (e.g. most), which are printed in lower case. The body of an entry describes the grammatical phenomenon in question or the behaviour of the lexeme. Examples of incorrect usage are marked with an asterisk.

LingvoGrammar (En-Ru)

Ukrainian dictionaries

500000 entries

The English-Ukrainian Dictionary, © ITF Perun, 2009, V. Busel, 250.000 words and phrases.

The Dictionary is based on the Comprehensive Explanatory Dictionary of the Modern Ukrainian Language which went through five editions and was approved by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine. The sources for the English part of the Dictionary include more than 30 modern dictionaries such as Webster's, Oxford, and Random House as well as bilingual special dictionaries. What sets this Dictionary apart from other available dictionaries is the fact that it is the closest to a comprehensive dictionary of the literary language with terms from almost all branches of science and technology.

The English-Ukrainian Dictionary, © ITF Perun, 2009, V. Busel, 250.000 words and phrases.

The Dictionary is based on the Comprehensive Explanatory Dictionary of the Modern Ukrainian Language which went through five editions and was approved by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine. The sources for the English part of the Dictionary include more than 30 modern dictionaries such as Webster's, Oxford, and Random House as well as bilingual special dictionaries. What sets this Dictionary apart from other available dictionaries is the fact that it is the closest to a comprehensive dictionary of the literary language with terms from almost all branches of science and technology.

Universal (Uk<->En)

50000 entries

Dictionary: Polish-Ukrainian. Ukrainian-Polish. © Perun publishing and trade firm, 2004, 2007 © Perun publishing and trade firm, 2007 © Compiled by A. Malecka, Z. Landowski, 2007. Edited by V.Busel

The dictionary contains widely used modern vocabulary and special terms used in Polish and Ukrainian. Words and phrases follow current spelling rules in both languages. Transcriptions of both Polish and Ukrainian registers have been used for the first time.
The dictionary is intended for high school students, college and university students, postgraduate students, teachers of Polish and Ukrainian, language learners, and everybody who uses these languages on a daily basis.

Universal (Uk<->Pl)

Latin dictionaries

200000 entries

The Latin-Russian Dictionary. © Russkiy Yazyk - Media, 2005, I.Kh. Dvoretsky. 200,000 words and phrases.

The Dictionary contains over 200,000 words and phrases, including words from Vulgar Latin texts, and can be used to read and translate all the major surviving literary works, historical texts, legal documents, the most important texts of Christian patristic writings, and some works that were written in Latin before the second half of the 7th century.
The Dictionary is intended for philologists and professionals who need to refer to Latin sources in the course of their work. The Dictionary will also be of help to students of Latin.

Universal (La->Ru)