Google Translate

multilingual statistical and neural machine translation service
What the Google Translate page looks like, showing "Wikipedia" being translated from Polish to Japanese

Google Translate is a machine translation website from Google that can translate text between different languages.[1] It can translate words, sentences, documents and web pages between any combination of more than 172 supported languages.[2] It was launched on April 28, 2006 and has always been free to use.[3]

Google Translate can do more than just show the translation of words. It can also show how to pronounce (say) the word using text-to-speech, and show the definition (meaning) like a dictionary. More recently, it also lets the community make changes or suggestions, for example, if the computer made a wrong translation. This is very much like how one can contribute to websites like Google Maps and Wikimedia Foundation websites.

LanguagesEdit

Google Translate supports the following languages:[4]

  1. Abaza
  2. Afrikaans
  3. Albanian
  4. Amharic
  5. Ancient Greek
  6. Arabic
  7. Aragonese
  8. Aurebesh
  9. Armenian
  10. Assamese
  11. Azerbaijani
  12. Bashkir
  13. Basque
  14. Bajjika
  15. Belarusian
  16. Bengali
  17. Bhopjuri
  18. Bosnian
  19. Braille
  20. Breton
  21. Bishnupriya Manipuri
  22. Bulgarian
  23. Burmese
  24. Cantonese
  25. Catalan
  26. Cebuano
  27. Cherokee
  28. Cheunh
  29. Chichewa
  30. Chinese (Simplified)
  31. Chinese (Traditional)
  32. Chuvash
  33. Crimean Tatar
  34. Cornish
  35. Corsican
  36. Cree
  37. Creek
  38. Croatian
  39. Czech
  40. Danish
  41. Dutch
  42. Dzongkha
  43. Elvish (Sindarin)
  44. Emoji
  45. English
  46. Egyptian
  47. Esperanto
  48. Estonian
  49. Fijian
  50. Filipino
  51. Finnish
  52. French
  53. Ga
  54. Galician
  55. Georgian
  56. German
  57. Greek
  58. Guarani
  59. Gujarati
  60. Hakka Chinese
  61. Haitian Creole
  62. Hausa
  63. Hawaiian
  64. Hebrew
  65. Hill Mari
  66. Hindi
  67. Hmong
  68. Hungarian
  69. Icelandic
  70. Igbo
  71. Indonesian
  72. Interlingua
  73. Irish
  74. Italian
  75. Japanese
  76. Javanese
  77. Kabardian
  78. Kannada
  79. Karachay
  80. Kazakh
  81. Khmer
  82. Kʼicheʼ
  83. Konkani
  84. Kinyarwanda
  85. Klingon
  86. Korean
  87. Kurdish (Kurmanji)
  88. Kurdish (Sorani)
  89. Kyrgyz
  90. Ladin
  91. Lao
  92. Latin
  93. Latvian
  94. Lingua Franca Nova
  95. Lithuanian
  96. Lojban
  97. Luo
  98. Luxembourgish
  99. Macedonian
  100. Maithili
  101. Malagasy
  102. Manalese
  103. Malay
  104. Malayalam
  105. Maltese
  106. Maori
  107. Manx
  108. Marathi
  109. Mari
  110. Massachusett
  111. Mongolian
  112. Nepali
  113. Norwegian (Bokmål)
  114. Nogai
  115. Odia (Oriya)
  116. Oromo
  117. Papiamento
  118. Pashto
  119. Persian
  120. Polish
  121. Portuguese
  122. Punjabi
  123. Pyash
  124. Querétaro Otomi
  125. Romanian
  126. Romansh
  127. Russian
  128. Samoan
  129. Scots Gaelic
  130. Serbian
  131. Shanghainese
  132. Serrano
  133. Sesotho
  134. Shona
  135. Shan
  136. Silician
  137. Sindhi
  138. Sinhala
  139. Slovak
  140. Slovenian
  141. Somali
  142. Spanish
  143. Sundanese
  144. Swahili
  145. Swedish
  146. Tahitian
  147. Tajik
  148. Tamazight
  149. Tamil
  150. Tatar
  151. Telugu
  152. Thai
  153. Tibetan
  154. Turkish
  155. Turkmen
  156. Udmurt
  157. Ukrainian
  158. Urdu
  159. Uyghur
  160. Uzbek
  161. Valyrian
  162. Vietnamese
  163. Vulcan
  164. Welsh
  165. Wolof
  166. West Frisian
  167. Xhosa
  168. Yiddish
  169. Yoruba
  170. Yucatec Maya
  171. Yao
  172. Zulu

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Download & use Google Translate - Computer". Google. Retrieved May 27, 2018.
  2. About Google Translate Google
  3. Franz Josef Och (2006-04-28). "Statistical machine translation live". Google Research Blog.
  4. "See which features work with each language". Google. Retrieved July 9, 2017.

Other websitesEdit