Quick Lookup is a free open source Linux Wiktionary dictionary application. Quick Lookup allows you to search and view wiktionary results in a simple GTK application. You can use it to see word definitions and phrases. Supports over 46 languages. You can change it by entering the language name or ISO-639-1 code, or by selecting the language from the drop-down menu. A simple and easy-to-use online dictionary for Linux. Open can open all internal links in Quick look up Without running other browsers.
You can also access the previous page using the built-in back button. If you want to search for text from other applications, set a keyboard shortcut and call this app-ChoiceCommand line options.
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Install Quick Lookup on Ubuntu Linux
Available as a flatpak package. Therefore, if you do not have a flat pack and a flat hub, you must first install and set it up on your system. Follow the tutorial link below for this.
How to install flatpak on Ubuntu
Reboot the system after installing flatpak. If you already have it installed, skip the steps above and follow the steps below. Open a command line application in the terminal console. You can open it from Ctrl + Alt + T or the application’s View menu. Then run it under the Quick Lookup flatpak installation command.
flatpak install flathub com.github.johnfactotum.QuickLookup
You can use this command to perform a quick lookup.
flatpak run com.github.johnfactotum.QuickLookup