My (somewhat layered) question comes from trying to see what kind of grammatical information I may get from a certain dictionary. I recently got myself a copy of MoBiMouse Plus, and it comes with the ‘Akadémiai’ Comprehensive Dictionary (Országh Al.). It’s great, but I couldn’t for the sake of me find any sort of help towards figuring out all the grammar the Hungarian-English dictionary provides for each entry, and so I’m moving on my own with guesses as educated as possible. Anyway… I was doing some exercises on the plural of nouns and adjectives the other night, and wasn’t sure whether olcsó took a linking vowel or not (now I know it doesn’t: olcsók, although I’m told even some native speakers might say/write olcsóak these days). Since none of the online resources I know gave any clues about it, I turned to MoBiMouse, which read: I know mn stands for melléknév and -t for the accusative (olcsót), and I believe -n stands for an adverbial form (olcsón). Anyway, the point is that neither suffix presented requires a linking vowel, and that’s where I get to the key point of my question – since the dictionary doesn’t mention -k explicitely, does that mean it should be obvious olcsó takes no linking vowel in the plural, or could the lack of such vowel for -t and -n have also indicated -k doesn’t take it either?