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DICT

DICT is a dictionary network protocol created by the DICT Development Group. It is described by RFC 2229, published in 1997. Its goal is to surpass the Webster protocol and to allow clients to access more dictionaries during use. Dict servers and clients use TCP port 2628.

Usage examples of "dict".

Inside it, as Gini had dicted, were pile upon pile of socks: dark grey socks, black s, socks that matched the conservative suits and the image was building of a conservative ex-army man.