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Culture is expressed through language, not only your language but that of your customer as well. Converting your content to connect with your customers on a cultural level using translation, can help you cultivate a meaningful relationship that can lead to increased sales.
Speak their language
Because content marketing still relies heavily on the internet, a multilingual approach to it is much more successful. Even by simply putting your company name on the English-language sites, the clicks translate into traffic and business in other languages.
While you may need to hire someone to translate your content when starting out, you will be saving yourself money by keeping readers purchasing your products, by avoiding a poor company image that would have developed had you failed to communicate your message effectively in a relatable way.
Our Basque to Irish translator app makes it easy to see how a word is translated into a different language. You simply type the word in Basque on the left-hand text box and click on the "Translate" button. Our translator then translates your Basque word, phrase, or sentence into Irish within seconds.
Although Google Translate is not always entirely accurate it can give you a near perfect grasp of what a paragraph of 500 Basque characters is saying. This is all due to the constant development of Google Translate by the Google engineers. This will enable it to be more and more accurate over the coming years.
Over a million people around the world speak Basque, and many of them also need to be able to understand what’s being said by others who speak the same language, but in a different tongue. Many people also need to know how to write in Basque, but they don’t have the time or money to pay a translation service. This is why we’ve created this free Irish to Basque translator app. Translating Basque to English and vice versa is something that allows users to communicate freely.
Mesedez, hitz egin poliki-poliki
Labhair go mall le do thoil
Feicfidh mé anocht thú.
Oso lanpetuta nago. Orain ez daukat denborarik.
Tá mé an-ghnóthach. Níl am agam anois.
Ezin zaitut entzuten.
Ní féidir liom tú a chloisteáil.
Tá sí go hálainn.
Fheiceann tú amárach.
Asko gustatzen zaio.
Taitníonn sé go mór leis.