Be local, bo vocal
The translation of documents and messages in a context that they can relate to is essential to a business. As translation allows you to speak to your customer in a way they can relate to. Use the right words to connect culturally with the people most important to your business: your customers.
Speak their language
By re-writing content that speaks to your ideal audience, you'll find these new potential customers through search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing.
It's easier to localize your content if it's originally in your native language.
Our Dutch to German translator is powered by the Google Translation API, which takes your sentence, word, or phrase and translates it into German within seconds. All you have to do is type your word or phrase in one text box and click on the "Translate" button to see what it would translate to in Dutch or any other language!
Google Translate is currently only capable of translating 1 paragraph of up to 500 characters from Dutch to German translation and vice versa. Although the translation is not 100% accurate in some cases, you can get a basic idea about the gist of what is being said. I would suggest that when the translation is not perfect at least try to change a few words or omit some words to get a clearer picture of the meaning being conveyed. Even though Google Translate is not perfect yet, you can still modify the translations to get a more accurate one. The Google engineers are trying their best to make sure that Google Translate (as well as other similar programs) are becoming more and more intelligent with time.
– here I used the he/him f irst- singular form of the verb. I chose this form because the speaker did not specify a gender.
Schrijf het alstublieft op.
Bitte schreib es auf.
Ik wil dat niet.
Ich will das nicht.
Kan ik geld wisselen?
Kann ich Geld wechseln?
Iedereen kent het.
Jeder weiß es.
Als je mijn hulp nodig hebt, laat het me dan weten.
Wenn Sie meine Hilfe benötigen, lassen Sie es mich bitte wissen.
Ik ben een Amerikaan.
Ich bin Amerikaner.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our translation service automatically translates Dutch into German. If you type a word, sentence, or phrase in Dutch - we send a request to Microsoft, Google, or any other machine language service using deep learning neural networks. We then receive a response in German from their servers, which is then translated by Google (or any other company) into the equivalent Dutch version.
Yes. Our translation to German tool can be used for free for personal and commercial use:
Unfortunately, at this moment, you cannot download Dutch to German translation tool on your device. It can only be used online:
The translations are not converted by machine, but rather human-based translation.
Machine translations helps readers get a general idea of what the message is trying to convey. For example, if you were to translate from Dutch to German through Google Translate, you will be using the program that says it can compare all the possible combinations against the individual words and phrases that make up those languages, and match them up with other words and phrases equal in both languages. This way it can figure out what words and phrases mean alter and 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!