Be local, bo vocal
Don't be afraid to translate your local content into the language of your audience. Know that as countries change, they do so at different rates. The laws, government, cultural and political practices constantly evolve, and may vary from country to country. Think of localization as a necessity. Think of your customer as part of another country, and ensure that you take into account cultural factors like values when localizing your content for your audience.
Speak their language
Use Google Translate and a few people who speak the language you're translating to, to translate entire documents or select portions of your content. You'll likely find that the human language translation is better than what Google and its software have to offer.
You will position yourself as a respected expert in your industry by helping foreign businesses to better connect with their customers at a fraction of the cost.
Our Chinese to Norwegian translation tool is your new best friend when it comes to translating words and phrases between languages. Simply type a word on the left-hand text box and click on the "Translate" button below. This nifty little app then translates your word, phrase, or sentence into Norwegian quickly and easily. Our app is powered by the Google Translation API, which pairs your translations with the most up-to-date online dictionaries and language translation tools out there.
Although it is not 100% accurate, Google Translate tries to provide an idea about what you are trying to translate. Therefore, if you change words around or omit parts of words you will still get a basic idea. The Google team is working day and night to make this software more intelligent, so hopefully one day it will be near perfect!
Millions of people around the world speak Chinese. Those who do not know the language can often perceive conversations in Chinese as difficult to follow, as they sometimes do not know what is being said. For that reason, we believe that translations apps should be free. If you want to be able to speak Chinese, you should not have to pay for a translator app on your smartphone. This is why we are letting you do it for free.
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Frequently Asked Questions
For the translation we use a state-of-the-art machine-learning system, which is trained on millions of translations done by real human translators. This machine translation service utilizes the smartest, most precise machine translation models in the world and runs on Google, Microsoft, or Amazon's cloud infrastructure. Microsoft's machine translation is the most advanced, most precise, most high-performing, and the most accurate machine translation technology out there.
Yes, you can use our automated translation software for personal as well as commercial use, without any restrictions.
Unfortunately, at this moment, you cannot download Chinese to Norwegian translation tool on your device. It can only be used online!:
Chinese to Norwegian translations are fueled by and synced via Google and Microsoft APIs; translations take place virtually instantly and with little or no delay.
Machine translations can help you understand the general concept of the sentence. For example, if you were to translate from Chinese to Norwegian through Google Translate, here's an example of how it works behind the scenes. Google Translate 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. The algorithm will compare all the possible combinations against individual words and phrases that make up that language. 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!