If you have a visual way of thinking, you might enjoy a new online tool called Visuwords™ which uses Princeton University’s WordNet, an open-source database built by students and language researchers.
It calls itself a “visual dictionary, visual thesaurus and interactive lexicon”.
There are some books on the shelf that you consult regularly, and some that just sit there. The Dictionnaire des marchés financiers is one of the former. It lists financial terms in French, English, Dutch, Spanish and Italian.
This is a fantastic little tome for all those dealing with French law. Published by the highly respected legal publisher Dalloz, and currently in its 20th edition, the Lexique des termes juridiques is really useful to have on hand. The visual layout is very clear too.
Here is what the publisher says about the new edition to be published this month: