The CUSHA Dictionary is a multilingual dictionary that includes English as the main language. The dictionary article consists of the definition and the example of language usage taken from Shakespeare’s plays The Tempest and Midsummer Night’s Dream, both in English and is followed by translations in 13 different languages. The 13 languages included into the dictionary article are mother tongues of the participants. The dictionary mask used for compiling dictionary articles was adapted by the Termania IT technologists and to the dictionary articles were added audio and photographic materials. The audio materials are added to some definitions, examples and translations, the photographic materials are added just for some definitions. The Shakespeare’s Terminological Dictionary (CUSHA Dictionary) is compiled in the freely available Termania platform by students from the Friedrich-Wöhler Gymnasium in Singen and the English School of Göteborg. Both groups of students worked jointly on the project within the exchange weeks in Singen, Stratford-upon-Avon and Göteborg and compiled 174 dictionary articles. The compilation started in 2016 and lasted till 2019.