Like IOS App iBook there is a feature , if u don't the meaning of any word u can just hold that word for 2-3 sec, u will automatically get the meaning of that word but I didn't found this feature into adobe acrobat reader and I don't think so that this feature take so much work it simply done with add a dictionary.
So please have attention on this feature and let me know if there is any alternative of this.
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Unfortunately, we don't support this feature right now. We have taken note of this feature request and would try to incorporate it in the application in future releases.
Acrobat DC Mobile Team
Three years have passed since this question was originally posted, are there any news on adding this feature?
I am replying to you that i haven't found a solution about it, 18/10 2018.
Sorry for the delay in response.
The feature is still not supported on the mobile application.
You may raise a feature request for this over here Adobe Acrobat for Android - Feature Request/Bug Report Form.
Let us know if you need any help with the application.
Now, it's been about five years since the question was asked. Any news? Won't this step be taken?
Adobe is thr worst but only privider. Once a new provider comes along I am switching a 100%
Yeah and the funny thing here is that it is not a new thing that adobe does not support dictionary in its app because adobe does not support any thing in its mobile softwares.. Nut just acrobat reader but also others be it Lightroom or Illustrator or Photoshop or Adobe Scan or anything ..they are just like empty drums without any liquid in them use-less and securing some space in home..
Many a times it happened that I install some adobe app with much of hope to get some particular function and adobe seems the priority option.. but after installing and exprolring the app I found is just a showoff like an empty drum.. and I have to delete those apps out of my phone..
So bottom line here is- there is nothing new in the point adobe is does not provide dictionary feature in its android reader..because all its apps are same in this fashion.. covering 70Mb providing nothing.. offcourse if you got a big laptop where you can buy adobe subscription then adobe might be handy.. but still I suppose alternative are possible everywhere..