Online Tools Make Translation (Chinese/English) Easier


We will provide a number of online tools that our team uses frequently. It can help translate it all, especially in Chinese (Traditional and Simplified) and English. translation in English is no more challenging now.

1. Google

Yes. Google was first introduced. Google is not just a search engine; It is also a simple but suitable translation tool. Type “fy apple” in the search box and hit “Search.” Can you get _? (apple in Chinese). Similarly write fy zò, in return you can get an orange

2. Yahoo! dictionary

Hi yes! The dictionary is also a good Chinese and English dictionary. In addition to the basic explanation, it has a synonym, and an audio file is provided to read the word.

3. Kingsoft free online dictionary

You can recognize KingSoft, a popular dictionary software. In fact, it even offers an online version. The explanation is very detailed and the explanation is linked to a separate dictionary. It also has the form of several short phrases. This is a good reference, but keep in mind that it only provides a simplified Chinese interface.

4. The answer

This is not the only dictionary. It really is an encyclopedia. For example, if you enter a lemon, it explains the lemon. It also provides other information about lemons, images and translations in different languages. You can also try input in Hong Kong. It will provide detailed information about Hong Kong such as population, geographic information, maps and even currency exchange. It has everything you would expect and is definitely a good reference tool.

5. Google Language Tools

Google again. It has another language for searching and translating. A very special “Translate webpage” item. Converts the entire home page. For example, Simplified Chinese is translated into English.

6. Online Chinese translation tool This is a traditional / simplified Chinese conversion tool. In addition, it can translate Cantonese vocabulary into a standard Chinese dictionary. For example, “IZm” will be changed to “OEv’öZÔ”. This is really useful, and the following is for standard Chinese online tools.