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where can I find complete English dictionary in CSV or MYSQL format?

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where can I find complete English dictionary in CSV or MYSQL format?

I need it to include: words and meaning atleast

additional data like an example sentence(s) synonyms etc would be greata
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not really helpful the first link is saying,"I have compiled a dictionary of 109,000+ English words in SQL and CSV format.  I am selling it for a $2.00 donation to cover my hosting and bandwidth fees."

and I believe there are lots and lots of words above 109,000 will update about the second resource later.

Anyone else to contribute?
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by:ste5an
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Huh? All dictionary presses sell their dictionaries also as digital copies..

btw, really complete? These are around 600.000 words of contemporary English.
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Wiktionary is an open source dictionary and it's backed by the folks that run Wikipedia. It is most likely by far the most reliable, complete, dictionary that you could get for free.

What's even better is that they provide a tutorial for pulling their database into MySQL
http://code.google.com/p/wikokit/wiki/MySQL_import
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