Be local, bo vocal
Whenever you translate anything, first think about how your potential customer would use the information. Is there a potential ambiguity with the original content? If so, how would your customer interpret those words?
Speak their language
Writer's block stinks. Translating a piece of your content into another language can give you the ability to write from a different perspective, providing clarity and motivation to get a piece of content out the door and not waiting until you're in the middle of an intangible block.
There are over 6,500 languages in the world, none of which you can speak fluently. Imagine the amount of time it would take to translate your content if you used software or outsourced translation. You might as well stick to the language you know best.
Our Dutch to Russian translation tool, powered by the Google Translation API, makes it easier than ever to translate content between two different languages. Simply type a word in Dutch on the left-hand text box and click on the "Translate" button below. Our app then translates your Dutch word, phrase, or sentence into Russian within seconds. Who knew translating could be this easy? No more long nights typing out the same language over and over again just so that you can see how it's translated into another!
The Google Translate app is developed to translate one paragraph up to around 500 characters from Dutch to Russian and vice versa. Although they are not perfect and they tend to make mistakes, you can still get the general idea of what you are trying to translate using this software. It will continue to develop as the Google team work on more ways to make it perfect.
Милое стадо французов глаголаща на улицах Барселоны – и казино на улицах Парижа - чудесный город, и мы не настолько многонационального города в Нидерландах - и тем не
Kunt u dit voor mij vertalen?
Вы можете перевести это для меня?
Dat is genoeg.
Ik wil graag gaan wandelen.
Я хотел бы пойти на прогулку.
Dat ziet er goed uit.
Ik ben mijn horloge kwijt.
Я потерял часы.
Hoe gaat het met je werk?
Как продвигается работа?
Alles is klaar.
Ik begrijp het niet.
Я не понимаю.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our translation service uses technology such as Google, Microsoft, Yandex or even a telephone company's API (Application Program Interface) to translate the text that you have typed. Those API are used to send the input text in Dutch to a service running in the cloud. The cloud machine learning system is used to convert the text in Dutch into Russian text and returns it to our service - which then displays the translated text on your screen.
Yes, our content translation software is free for both personal and commercial use.
Unfortunately, you cannot download this Dutch to Russian translation tool at this moment. It can only be used online.
The Dutch to Russian translation service relies on Google and Microsoft APIs. It's instantaneous, and offers near real-time results.
Google Translate is useful for you to get a general idea of what the sentence is conveying, such as if you were to translate from Dutch to Russian, since computers go through all the possible combinations compared to individual words and phrases that make up a certain language. The translation software uses algorithms like this since it needs to figure out what words mean when translated so it can match up with other words equal in both languages. 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!