Working for me. No problems.
Results 1 - 10 of about 128,000,000 for house [definition]. (0.20 seconds)
Looks normal to me.
hmm - got none here. Must be ip tagged. That's strange. Browser doesn't matter, but switching ip's and it is there.
I don't see any definition link there.
I always typed define:house to get the definition
Not ip tagged - nor does it appear to be isp. hmmm.
No Cant see it here...
Does everyone have the new design now?
did it get dropped then?
It is gone for me now.
Doesn't work for me either which is sucky, as I tend to use the dictionary a lot.. and Safari only lets you search Google from its toolbar! I'll have to dig out a Konfabulator widget that can do dictionary searches :-)
I only get definitions when I use "define:house"
not showen for me, in socal.
house ( P ) Pronunciation Key (hous)
n. pl. hous·es (houzz, -sz)
1. structure serving as a dwelling for one or more persons,
a) especially for a family.
b) A household or family.
2. Something, such as a burrow or shell, that serves as a shelter or habitation for a wild animal.
3. A dwelling for a group of people, such as students or members of a religious community, who live together as a unit: a sorority house.
4. A building that functions as the primary shelter or location of something: a carriage house; the lion house at the zoo.
It's workin' for me.;)
How long has the white house had a pr10?
Works for me. And I've just tried several times.
Could it be a bodged attempt to show it for users in some countries but not others? (as we all know that Google isn't very good at working out the country from the IP address)
It's not around the word anymore. It's a separate link next to the word.
Results 1 - 100 of about 17,100,000 English pages for house [definition]. (0.44 seconds)
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Works fine here. You have to search for definition:widget
>Not ip tagged - nor does it appear to be isp. hmmm.
Where are you? We (non English Europeans) never see definitions unless uning define:word
Could it be that the backend server producing the definition data just isn't quick enough sometimes, so the link is left out of the page by the frontend server?
I see it now (didn't earlier in this thread).