Dictionary Entries explained

Entries are displayed in their phonetic form rather than in their orthographic form.

Each entry begins with a key word which is displayed in red and is hyperlinked to the search page.
The symbol "-" indicates a morpheme boundary, while the "≠" symbol indicates a left micro-stem boundary.
For nouns, the plural form is given in parentheses following the abbreviation "pl." and is also hyperlinked. Following that is the abbreviation for the part of speech, in green. In the following example, the abbreviation "n" means "noun." Then the definition of the word in English appears in green, followed by the definition in French which appears in blue.

à≠kə́s–j-ə́pl.βà≠kə́s–j-ə́nFrn celui qui commence Eng beginner

If a word has multiple distinct meanings or can serve as more than one part of speech, the definitions are numbered.

If a word has more than one related meanings, these are separated by semi-colons.

à≠hɪ́ⁿd–á1pl.βà≠hɪ́ⁿd–á1nFrn personne qui arrange; qui régler une dispute

Multiple definitions of a word that are very close in meaning are separated by commas.