Are you missing a term? A phrase? A chapter in a book? Use these sites
What do you do when you need one translation fast in another language? Do you go to a colleague, a friend, or a dictionary? Or do you install a browser extension? In our opinion, the quickest solution is to use the free services that have already existed on the net for some time.
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These sites are also capable of translating (with very discontinuous precision ...) entire sentences. Here are the ten best known:
1) Google Translate
It is probably the most popular, if only because it appears in a box, when we search for a word, at the top of the first page of Google results. Really handy even for entire pages of text or entire sites. And if you think the translation is incorrect, you can report it. At the moment the supported languages are over a hundred.
2) DeepL Translator
The languages offered here are only nine, but the service is really excellent (maybe even better than Google Translate) and the sentences are completed automatically. Also, you can also take a look at the definition that appears at the bottom of the page at the same time.
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3) Bing Translator
The service, offered by Microsoft, is able to identify the language as you type the text to be translated. If you have a microphone, you can even speak the text to be translated. And, in case you want to leave feedback, you can give the translation a thumbs up or down. Available languages: over 60.
There are more than 50 languages available on Translatedict. Language detection is automatic: just enter a term, an expression or a page of text, and press the button Translate. As well as reading the translation, you can also listen to it by clicking on the loudspeaker button.
The count of characters is interesting, very useful especially if you have to write posts on social networks with restrictions (typically Twitter). If professional translations are needed, you can receive a quote by filling out the appropriate form.
This service leans on Microsoft Translator, but supports over 90 languages. The text to be translated can be dictated or typed, while the translation can be read or heard. And if you think the translation needs to be reviewed, you can get a professional translation with the first 100 words for free.
6) Babylon Online Translator
Babylon is not only a great translation program, but it is also an online service that it supports 75 languages, and it's pretty accurate.
Here too there is the possibility of hiring a professional translator by clicking on the button Human Translation.
7) PROMT Online Translator
The list of languages supported by this service stops at About twenty. Interesting is the possibility of attributing to the sentence to be translated a theme (Computer, Kitchen, etc.) in which to frame it.
It is then possible to copy, paste, check the spelling or consult a dictionary. There is also a virtual keyboard so that if you use the site on a tablet (for example) typing words or texts is simplified.
8) Collins Dictionary Translator
Collins has been producing a great paper dictionary for decades, the online version also offers a translator that it supports over 60 languages. The translations are made by Microsoft and can be copied using a special button.
This site is very interesting, it differs from the others for the possibility of comparing the translations between the translators of PROMT, Google and Microsoft. The possibility to retranslate the text in the original language proposed is useful (Back Translation) to verify its accuracy.
Over 50 languages supported in the free version and a community of translators available. Unfortunately the site, in the version for professionals offering services in 140 languages, does not include the national language.