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No, it does not 'do phrases' as it is not a 'translator'. But it does have a thesaurus which puts the word and its meanings in context and provides alternative possibilities also.
13 Aug 2014 by vlams
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Hello Mrs Dunn. There is a large font. The size is approx Times New Roman 22 if that helps.
15 Nov 2014 by Alan Hughes Jones
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The answer to your question is Yes
4 Aug 2014 by Ladock Express
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No
19 Nov 2014 by sheila bartlett
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There is a Wildcard function for example if you are unsure of part of the spelling of a word using "?" or "*" or "#" for the letter(s) of which you are unsure. Example: home*er. Press Enter: Result: homesteader, homeworker, homebuyer, homemaker. Hope that helps.
22 Apr 2014 by Alan Hughes Jones
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I can only speak for myself & the answer is yes,
10 Feb 2015 by Mr. James Mcmurdo
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Yes it does. Found in the SOLVE section/button.
7 Nov 2014 by D. Haskins
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The screen is too small and I don't like this Seiko model compared to my previous slightly larger Seiko concise oxford dictionary/thesaurus/encyclopedia model, which is altogether clearer, more concise, more useful and easier to use.
7 Jun 2014 by Ladock Express
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No experience of any other device in recent years, but i would say this does the job
26 Feb 2015 by E JAY
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