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In a global world, translated content will improve your ability to reach customers all around the globe. It's all about localization; consider your region before you embark on any marketing campaign, product or service.
Speak their language
Your presence will expand to countries that otherwise would not have heard of your product or would not have been exposed to it.
You can effectively communicate your ideas to an international audience that would otherwise be unreachable, resulting in the growth of your brand globally.
Google's Translation API is capable of translating your words, phrases, or sentences into almost 70 languages. It can be used in a variety of ways, from changing a language on your blog or website, to looking up the definitions of a word within a section of a book. The tool is capable of translating both the web page you're viewing and the words within the box on the left-hand side of the page. Try it for yourself now - simply type some words into the box on the left-hand side, then click on "Translate". This revolutionary app will then translate those words into Scots Gaelic for you.
The Google Translate app currently converts texts up to 500 characters long. Although, I'm pretty sure this translation is not fully accurate, you can get a basic idea of what is being said.
Millions of people speak Croatian around the world. Since many have learned Croatian as a second language, many do not realize that Croatian may seem daunting at first and takes time and effort to learn to communicate with others in their language. Our translator can allow you to change whatever Croatian you know into Scots Gaelic, or vice versa and help you more easily communicate with others in their area. Now more than ever, it’s up to those who are in the know decide how to best reach out to potential customers.
ja to ne želim.
Chan eil mi ga iarraidh.
ne volim ga.
Cha toil leam e.
Tha ceann goirt orm.
već sam jeo.
Dh'ith mi mu thràth.
Kako se zoveš?
Dè an t-ainm a th’ ort?
Budite oprezni u vožnji.
Bi faiceallach a 'dràibheadh.
Tha am pathadh orm.
Tha fios agam.
Tha gaol agam ort
Frequently Asked Questions
Our translation service uses Google, Microsoft or other neural machine translation systems. It analyses the text in Croatian and then sends the request to the cloud where it is analysed by the neural machine translation systems to provide an accurate translation back in Scots Gaelic. The neural machine translation systems then analyse the Croatian text (sent via the API) and provide an accurate translated text back in Scots Gaelic.
Yes. Our content translation tool is absolutely FREE. You can use it at will, personal or commercial use.
Unfortunately, currently this translation tool cannot be used on your device. You must use it online.:
For Croatian to Scots Gaelic translation, we rely on Google and Microsoft APIs. The service is near-instant and returns near real-time results.
Machine translations help a person grasp a general idea of what a message’s content is saying, as might happen if you were to translate from Croatian to Scots Gaelic. Google Translate — a good 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 alter, and thusly provide near accurate translations. If you want better contextual translation, or accurate translation, you’re in luck! Because, visit Pepper Content’s language services (https://www.peppercontent.io/translation-services/) and get your content translated by expert translators!