Chinese Language Learning – any good cantonese online dictionaries (websites or apps!)?

I’ve been searching for an online cantonese dictionary for a while, but many of them are hard to use or not as efficient as I would like them to be. The main purpose of the website/app i would like is to pronounce the character that I’m looking up.

This is because I grew up in a canto-speaking family but never learned to read or write (other than the most simple characters). My speaking isn’t like a native, but I can speak it; it is just luk luk cuk cuk lol. IIcan also listen to a pretty good extent (but I don’t really understand when it comes to news or song lyrics). Two years ago I had somewhat of an “identity enlightenment” and got into learning chinese. I started off with mandarin because that’s whats more “useful” these days, and I’m still learning mando.

However, I started learning canto alongside mando by learning the canto pronunciation of the chinese character by attempting to read the jyutping on my favorite chinese/mando dictionary ([https://www.yellowbridge.com](https://www.yellowbridge.com/)). Yellowbridge is for mando learners, but they still provide the jyutping but no canto pronunciation.

The problem is that I don’t plan on learning jyutping bc the numbers confuse me. I usually “read” the jyutping by applying what I usually know from daily convos/dramas to the jyutping (if that makes sense haha). To be more concise, I learn the characters by listening, and not reading the tones w/ numbers (this applies to the words that I already know). But I must acknowledge that spoken canto is not like written canto, so this process is quite hard for me to do when it comes to the words that I don’t know.

So that is why I want to find a dictionary that has someone speaking the character! This post probably does not make sense cause it is very confusing. Honestly, if I didn’t type this, I probably would not understand lol. But I would appreciate any help! Also, if there isn’t any good dictionaries, should I just learn jyutping just to make my life easier :”) ??

Also, the dictionaries that I’m using for now are:

[https://www.chineseconverter.com/cantonesetools/en/cantonese-text-to-sound](https://www.chineseconverter.com/cantonesetools/en/cantonese-text-to-sound)

(This is the best that I’ve found, but sometimes it freezes and lags a bit. It just doesn’t flow as smoothly)

[https://www.cantoneseclass101.com/cantonese-dictionary/](https://www.cantoneseclass101.com/cantonese-dictionary/)

(This is pretty good as well, but there are lot of characters that don’t come up because it’s more focused on phrases instead of actual words)



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