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How to translate a bilingual language using Google Translate on the computer?

Asked 2018-06-14 13:29:20 by Anonymous -

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You can't talk and translate at the same time on Google Translate for the web. But you can on a phone or tablet.

How to translate my speech on Google translate?

Asked 2018-06-14 13:28:50 by Anonymous -

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You can translate spoken words and phrases if your device has a microphone. In some languages, you'll hear the translation spoken aloud. Follow these steps to translate speech- (1) Go to the Google Translate page. (2) At the bottom left of the text box, click Speak. (3) When told to "Speak now," say what you want to translate. (4) To stop recording, click Speak.

How to translate images on Google Translate?

Asked 2018-06-14 13:28:32 by Anonymous -

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You can use your phone's camera to translate text in the world around you with the Translate app. For example, you can translate signs or handwritten notes. For more details and steps, check this link.

What is tap to translate feature on Google Translate? How to enable it?

Asked 2018-06-14 13:28:22 by Anonymous -

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When Tap to Translate is on, you can copy text from any app on your Android device and translate it to another language. Use Tap to Translate follow these steps- (1)In any app with text that you can copy, select and copy the text you want to translate. (2)Tap-Translate. The copied text is sent to Google and instantly translated.

Is there any way we can save our translations on Google Translate?

Asked 2018-06-14 13:28:01 by Anonymous -

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You can keep translations you've used in the past in a phrasebook. You can see the translations in your phrasebook even if you aren't connected to the internet. To add a word or phrase to your phrasebook follow these steps- (1) Go to Google Translate. (2) Translate a word or phrase. (3) Next, to the translation, click Add to phrasebook (star symbol).

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