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I have a dictionary that consists of a dictionary.dict.dz and dictionary.index files. How can I install this dictionary for use with OSX dictionary app (running Mavericks)?

It works fine with GoldenDict, but I'd prefer to have this dictionary amongst the rest.

DictUnifier, which I have used to install a few other dictionaries, doesn't recognize the file.

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It looks like your input files are in the DICTD format. This can be converted to AppleDict XML source and then compiled for use with the OSX built-in dictionary using pyglossary as described at https://apple.stackexchange.com/a/119166/66812.

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