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with more than 100 language combinations
290 words a day.
Try or use the InternetPreter freely each day.
If you want to translate more than 290 words a day, you can buy
a quota on 20.000 words (equivalent to 40 A4-pages), or a monthly
account. The cost is from 20 SEK, or 3 USD.
You can however continue translating right now, and then transfer
the fee within 7 days. The easiest way to do this is via Paypal.com,
or if you live in Europe, via Payson.se.
Would you like to buy a quota right now?
With a time-limited account you can translate as much as you
want during the period you have payed for.
The account will give more freedom during translations - you
can test back and forth without exceeding your quota. You can
also visit an unlimited amount of foreign websites and have them
1 month: 5 USD (30 SEK)
2 months: 8 USD
3 months: 11 USD
12 months: 33 USD
(or just use the contact page to order)
How does the translation work?
The Internetpreter translates word for word from dictionaries
containing from about 7.000 to 100.000 word-pairs. These machine-translations
will not be perfect, but they will be understandable, and you
can of course edit and complete the texts afterwards. If you
need help completing English<>Swedish translations, please
send an order or a request to:
Do you want to be a partaker
in improving the Internet-Preter?
If you discover that some words are missing or are wrongly translated,
you are welcome to report this in an email. The dictionaries being used are quite
comprehensive, so it is not practically possible for a sole person
to check them out, or to insert all the new words that would
be needed. For the contributions you leave you'll receive a quota
of 1000 words per word. That is, if you leave translations on
10 words, you'll receive a quota on 10.000 words. 20 words gives
can also help you with manual translations (eng-swe/swe-eng),
web-design, computer applications, CGI & Java-script
word for word:
Lexin - Swedish-English lexikon
Ectaco English-Swedish Online Dictionary
Medieval and Classical Library