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The Kamusi Challenge: We contend that Kamusi's unique design is the world's most effective model for translating terms among a large number of languages, and we invite you to test that proposition on our demonstration data. We have a long way to go in our efforts to provide every word in all the world's 7000 languages, but the underlying structure raises communications among languages to a new level while we work to make the data bigger and better.
For example, look at these four senses of light:
Compare your ability to find your exact meaning in one language after another to any other multilingual reference, such as: bab.la, bing, babylon, dict.cc, Dicts.info, Etaco, freedict, Global Glossary, Glosbe, Google, Langtolang, Logos, OmegaWiki, OneLook, PanLex, Slovnyk, Wikiwords, Wiktionary, wordgumbo, WordReference.com.