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Culture is involved in every aspect of your business, from selecting a typeface for your logo to finding the words that drive potential customers to you through your site.
Speak their language
A stronger connection between you and your target audience will result in increased leads, increased sales, increased traffic, increased social shares, and increased followers, because you are speaking to your audience as opposed to at them.
You are also able to assess your message before it has to stand on its own, since you will have heard it from every perspective. Like a surgeon performing triage in an ER, save time by not making the wrong cuts!
Our app allows you to translate between two different languages with ease and in a matter of seconds. Just type your Cebuano text in the box on the left and click Translate. In a matter of seconds, you'll see your translated text in the box on the right! It's that easy.
Google Translate has been developed and programmed to grasp the general idea but it also can translate up to 500 characters in one request. Although this translating software is not 100% accurate, you can still have a general idea of what it wants to say with a few adjustments here and there. The software and engineers at Google are working on it to make it more intelligent and to translate words more accurately. Hopefully, one day it will translate Scots Gaelic to Cebuano and vice-versa near-perfectly!
Millions of people speak Cebuano. For people who do not know the language, it may appear confusing. By using a translation app, people can more easily learn this language. The app does this by translating written or spoken Cebuano into Cebuano. This allows people to understand what is being said or written in Cebuano.
Dè a tha seo a’ cosg?
Unsa imong pangalan?
Dè an t-ainm a th’ ort?
Mahimo ba nimo kini hubaron alang kanako?
An urrainn dhut seo eadar-theangachadh dhòmhsa?
Tha sin ceart gu leòr.
Palihug isulat kini sa ubos.
Feuch an sgrìobh thu sìos e.
Wala / Tuo / Tul-id
Dili kana patas.
Chan eil sin cothromach.
Salamat kaayo kaayo.
Mòran taing dhut.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our translation engine uses Microsoft or Google neural net based services to translate text. Whenever you type a word, sentence or phrase in Cebuano - the cloud sends information back to Microsoft or Google via their Neural Net Service. Microsoft or Google (or any other company storing neural net based services) will then check the data in Cebuano and return what they think is an accurate translation to Scots Gaelic.
Yes you can use our content translation tool for free in both your personal and commercial projects.
Unfortunately, at this moment, you can not download Cebuano to Scots Gaelic translation tool. It can only be used online.
Cebuano to Scots Gaelic translation entails the use of Google and Microsoft APIs. It is quick with near real-time results.
Machine translations can help you figure out the general content of a message, such as if you were to translate from Cebuano to Scots Gaelic. Google Translate — an example — will go through all the possible combinations compared to the words and phrases that make up both languages and match them up with other words equal in both languages. This way it can figure out what words and phrases mean when translated, and thusly provide near accurate translations. If you want better contextual translation or accurate translation, visit Pepper Content’s language services (https://www.peppercontent.io/translation-services/) and get your content translated by expert translators!