Firefox Search Bar Plugins

Mozilla Firefox comes with some pre-installed search plugins and some websites provide their users with a plugin for firefox search bar. However, there are also lots of websites on the net that don’t give you any plugin to make your search easier. Sometimes I have to use Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary to look up a word that I don’t know but copying the unknown word and putting it into the search box of Cambridge Dictionary seems too painful to me, especially if I am reading a long sophisticated text. So I created some search plugins for different websites using a perl script. (See Screenshots below) Below you can find some of them. In order to use them in your firefox browser, you need to right-click and save them to your computer. Then, Windows user should put them in:

C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\searchplugins\

And, Linux users should put them in:


Then, you need to restart your browser.

Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary

Tureng v2










Other Additional Plugins

If there are any other plugins that you need to use with your firefox browser, ask for them in comments section below.

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