"1000 important orthodontics notions in English, German and Italian can be now easily found in the following pages. English words have been alphabetically listed. In German and Italian the proper use of articles is very important. For German singular substantives, the symbol M, symbol F and N are used to indicate if they have to be accompanied by male (der), female (die) or neuter (das) articles. For Italian substantives, M and F are used to indicate if they have to be accompanied by male (il or lo) or female (la) articles. The indication M / F means that substantives remain unchanged for both male and female cases. The symbol pl means plural. Adjectives are declined according to the gender of the relative substantives. To make the research easy, you will find examples as << activator, Headgear >>, where the comma has an important role: "Headgear activator" is, in fact, the way to read the sentence.
For one word there are often antonyme adjectives in the same sentence, on the way to get logical information about the single " word". This dictionary intentionally offers only the very common and current translations."