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[libreoffice-l10n] Dictionary Translation for all language in one place


Hey
I have a suggestion if possible to do, as you know dictionaries are too
much because of too much languages are available in world, In weblate its
very tired work to translate these one strings and these extra steps to
comeback another string then translate another 1 string for different
language, I say if possible can you make all these dictionaries in one
place? For example module dictionary, then all languages will be inside the
dictionary so our work will be very fast. i don't have to translate one
string then come back, do one and one..etc.

Best Regards
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