The French- English Dictionary, the definitive source for all things French, has been updated to add a new feature that translates words in French from Spanish to English.
The update will be available to all new French-speakers on Thursday.
The new feature allows for the translation of a word to English, and will not be available in older editions.
The dictionary will not replace the existing Fils de l’Intervention, the dictionary that comes with the new dictionary.
Fils is French for “help.”
The translation also includes the words for “fool,” “idiot,” “sadist,” “loser,” “hurt,” and “victim.”
The word “fraud” was originally translated from French as “doubtful.”
This update will allow French-language users to translate the words from Spanish into English.
“The translation process is much faster than the original French-Spanish dictionary,” a spokeswoman for the American Conservative, which is owned by the French magazine L’Observatoire, told The Huffington Post in an email.
“As a result, it’s far more efficient.”
The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language (AHD) was also updated in July 2016.
The updated dictionary includes more than 6,500 words, but the dictionary currently lists only 6,400.