About BEOLINGUS

Since 1995 our online dictionary has offered you German <> English translations: fast, efficient, user-friendly and, of course, free. Today you're able to find:

The BEO

We chose the Beo (German for Hill Myna) as our symbol, because this amazing bird is a very communicative one, gathering and imitating words and noises. The word "Beo" comes from Indonesia and means "chatterbox". In South-Eastern Asia, the Beo is well known as a really communicative buddy, which talks a lot to its companions. You can find more information at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hill_Myna.

Our goals

We want to upgrade and enhance the Chemnitz University online dictionary for our users and will always be very thankful for any kind of support.

Expansion of pronunciation:
You appreciate this already, as you have been able to listen to important English words for more than six month. Now we have started to add German pronunciation. As before, it is considered settled: We will only utilize native speakers; we do not use any computer-generated vocalizations.
Learning functions:
You already know this, too: Learning a foreign language means practising. We want to support you with new functions.
Teamwork with you:
From the beginning teamwork with you - our users - was very important to us. Actually, your contributions were essential for the extension and the improvement of the vocabulary. We want to continue this teamwork with you. Currently, we are working on improving contribution possibilities.
More languages:
We plan to offer translations in other languages and are right now looking for opportunities in this area.
Renewal of technique:
Since our main desire is to allow you to find translations even faster, we have installed three new servers.
And finally, to finance these improvements we will work together with advertising partners, who will offer you products and services. These offers will always fit into the context of language-learning. All advertising revenues will be used for the further development of the BEOLINGUS Dictionary at Chemnitz University.

Press information (in German)

The BEOLINGUS team

Organisation, technology, and integration - contact:
Stefan Gleis
Frank Richter
Pronunciation:
Michael Krowas, Melissa Streidl, Jürgen and Beate
English Language & Linguistics, TU Chemnitz
Prof. Dr. Josef Schmied
Dr. Haase
Dr. Weißer
Diana Lohse
Conny Neubert
Claudia Lucia Stan
Wang Ye
Sascha Schmidt
Anja Bellinger
Janine Pecher
German-Portuguese:
Interdisziplinäres Ökologische Zentrum (IÖZ) der TU Bergakademie Freiberg
Prof. Dr. Jörg Matschullat
Hermann Bertlein †
Übersetzungsbüro Beate Otto

Cooperation

Since 1995, Frank Richter has been building up and supporting this online dictionary. The German-English word list is © 1995-2017 Frank Richter and available at GNU General Public License.

The development of this online service would have been impossible without your energetic support. Thanks for new translations, corrections, suggestions, and for your motivating feedback.

Many thanks for your help. We hope, you will continue to assist us in the future, too.
Michael Forman
Gunter Dubrau
Andreas Steinbrecher [math.]
Razi Lotfi-Tabrizi
Francisco Welter-Schultes
Christoph Ozdoba (railway)
Birgit Wiegandt (librarianship)
Günter Haltmayer (ceramics, pottery)
Walter Baumann
Dunlop GmbH (tires, vehicles)
Marek Estreicher [Ös.]
BTU Cottbus, LS Strukturmechanik und Fahrzeugschwingungen
Hartmut Heinz
Dara Koper (whales, dolphins, [naut.])
Judy Leonore Heise
Jens Loos (large word list)
Tom Gries (great ideas)
Thorsten Krüger [ornith.]
Bertram Scharpf
Ken Davidson, Sr.
Franz Timmer
Dieter Haas
Frank Vent www.franks-woerterbuch.de
Marco Lehmann www.industrystock.com
Global Englisch Übersetzung
Andreas Zirnig
Sprachreisen-bewertung.de

and to many others!