Student or Learner
Are there any other online dictionaries with pronounciation having more examples of the search words. Onelook and Cambridge are having very less examples to ease the understanding of the meanings and usages.
1. Shall I sign up as a member first? But there are some column that it's not applicable to me, like name of university, http,.....?
2. As I simply print the search word in the box on the left hand side of the screen, it doesn't show anything.
3. you said, "You can continue to use dictionaries for definitions and pronunciation". Does it mean there is no definitions & pronunciation in Corpus?
Can you help?
British National Corpus because it's simpler. Just type a word into the "Look up:" box and you will see 50 random examples of that word used in real life. For example, possibility and opportunity are very similar in the dictionary but if you compare example sentences from a corpus you will start to see that they are used a little differently. A corpus is also a good place to find what prepositions are used with certain verbs, nouns or adjectives (do we say responsible of/for/with something?)*.
For pronunciation you can try the Macmillan dictionary or How J Say.
*responsible for something
Dictionaries have limited space for examples. The OED has lots, but it fills a shelf. Most just give one or two.
Dictionary.com | Free Online Dictionary for English Definitions
Dictionary and Thesaurus - Merriam-Webster Online
I'm not sure whether these have more or less of what you're after, but you can check them out.
For most words onelook.com has links to many dictionaries; each of these dictionaries will have different examples.