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It provides the commands
leo-translate-at-point. They translate between German and the language set by the custom variable
leo-language. The second language can also be specified interactively by invoking the commands with a prefix argument.
Results are sorted by part of speech, and display all additional information about the term such as usage, case markers, linguistic variant, etc. They also include a direct link to conjugation or inflection tables, shown as the icon
In the results buffer:
<tab>to a word or phrase then hit
<return>to search for it
tto search again
C-u tto search again and choose your language
bto view results in external browser
cto search the same term with dictcc.el if it's installed.
Links to forum results are also displayed. It is better to view these externally, which you can do using a prefix argument.
If no results are returned, a list of suggestions is displayed which are also click (or tab/return) to search.
The pairs tested while hacking on this are
en < >
de, plus a little
fr < >
de. Other languages may not work as well. The propertizing of entries isn't perfect, but it's good enough to rely on and is still being improved.
It looks like this: