Be local, bo vocal
Your country's customs, dialects, values and morals are quite different from other cultures. Use the right words to connect with potential customers on a cultural level through language translation. Using localized translation content online can be the difference between a thriving business and a failing one.
Speak their language
Translated content is more likely to go viral because the images, memes or videos will be shared between non-English speaking bloggers.
The process is simpler than you think. Instead of hiring a professional translator, you can find people who are bilingual in a fast, easy and affordable manner via crowd sourcing instead.
Our Chinese to Samoan translation tool is the best in the business. There's no other website like it. Don't believe us? Just try it out for yourself: enter a word or a phrase into the box on the left side of this page and see how quickly it translates! It's almost like magic!
Google Translate can be used to translate written text from Chinese to Samoan and vice versa. Although it is not a perfect machine translation system, you can get a general idea of what is being said by looking for key words and phrases. In addition, Google Translate software is being developed all the time, which means that it can offer you a more accurate translation over time!
Millions of people across the globe speak Chinese. Many of these people who speak Chinese may think that it's hard to learn and speak themselves, as they are unable to understand those who speak it as a second language. We believe that communicating in Chinese need not be something that costs money, which is why our translation app allows you to convert from Chinese to any other spoken language you choose, free of charge! In today’s global village, free access to the tools needed to communicate with anyone else is of utmost importance, and as those who are experienced in the language, it is our duty to give everyone the chance to learn it as much as they can.
Ou te le manao i ai.
Ua ou faaipoipo.
Ua ou fiafia.
Ou te faamalie atu, ua uma ona faatau atu.
Afai e te manaʻomia laʻu fesoasoani, faʻamolemole taʻu mai ia te aʻu.
Ou te manao i se meaai mama.
O le a ou aveina.
Ua tele naua.
Faamolemole ave a'u i le tuatusi lea.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our translation service uses an artificial neural network from Google or Microsoft to translate text from one language to another. When you type a word, phrase, or sentence in Chinese - it sends API requests to Google, Microsoft through an API, or any other API driven language service servers. They then return what they think is the most accurate translation for the source (Chinese) text in the target (Samoan) text.
Yes. Our content translation is FREE. We do not impose any restrictions upon using our programming tool. You can use it to translate your content, including personal and commercial use.
Unfortunately, at this moment you can only use this translation tool online because you cannot download it.
Translation from Chinese to Samoan is powered by Google and Microsoft APIs. It is near-instant.
Machine translations allow for you to understand what the general concept of any given sentence is, such as Chinese to Samoan translation. Here's an example of how it works behind the scenes. Computer programs such as Google Translate go through all the possible combinations compared to the words and phrases that make up any given language and match them up with other words equal in both languages. This way it can figure out what words mean when translated as well, and thusly 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!