https://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=22328

--- Comment #3 from Fiable.biz <fia...@fiable.biz> ---
A second improvement took place: one can edit the annotations without going to
the edit page. Nevertheless, I still think that, as in a paper dictionary or in
Wiktionary, in the expression page, the main annotations (at least the word
class, gender and grammatical property such as "transitive") should better
appear without the reader having to click anything. The expression pages and
the DM pages are very similar, and don't need to be so. The former is about an
expression, so is language-dependent, and should provide directly (without
clicking anything else) for the linguistic information most one-language
dictionaries give. The DM pages are about a meaning and its expression so
should, to my mind, be more oriented towards semantics (what exactly are we
speaking about, to be distinguished from slightly different meanings) and
towards translations.

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