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  2. Google Translate - Wikipedia

    For translations from Arabic, Hindi and Persian, the user can enter a Latin transliteration of the text and the text will be transliterated to the native script for these languages as the user is typing. The text can now be read by a text-to-speech program in English, French, German and Italian. 16th stage (launched January 30, 2010) Haitian Creole

  3. List of English words of Hindi or Urdu origin - Wikipedia

    This is a list of English-language words of Hindi and Urdu origin, two distinguished registers of the Hindustani language. Many of the Hindi and Urdu equivalents have originated from Sanskrit ; see List of English words of Sanskrit origin .

  4. Hindi - Wikipedia

    Modern Standard Hindi, (आधुनिक मानक हिन्दी, Ādhunik Mānak Hindī) commonly referred to as Hindi, is the standardised variety of the Hindustani language used as the official language of India alongside English. It is written in Devanagari script and is the lingua franca of North India.

  5. Languages with official status in India - Wikipedia

    The Official Language Act provides that the Union government shall use both Hindi and English in most administrative documents that are intended for the public, though the Union government is required by law to promote the use of Hindi.

  6. Hindi Wikipedia - Wikipedia

    The Hindi Wikipedia was launched on 11 July 2003. In July 2008, Google announced that they had been working with Hindi Wikipedians to translate English language articles into Hindi and had since 2008 translated 600,000 words in Hindi using a combination of Google Translate and manual checking.

  7. Hindustani language - Wikipedia

    Hindustani is an Indo-Aryan language spoken in North India, Pakistan and the Deccan, and used as the official language and lingua franca in both countries. Hindustani is a pluricentric language with two standard registers, known as Hindi (written in Devanagari script and influenced by Sanskrit) and Urdu (written in Perso-Arabic script and influenced by Persian and Arabic).

  8. Indian English - Wikipedia

    Indian English (IE) is a group of English dialects spoken in the Republic of India and among the Indian diaspora. English is used by the Indian government for communication, along with Modern Standard Hindi, as enshrined in the Constitution of India.

  9. Hinglish - Wikipedia

    In the context of written language, Hinglish colloquially refers to Romanized Hindi — Hindustani written in English alphabet (that is, using Roman script instead of the traditional Devanagari or Nastaliq), often also mixed with English words or phrases.

  10. Microsoft Translator - Wikipedia

    The Microsoft Translator is a cloud-based automatic translation service that can be used to build applications, websites, and tools requiring multi-language support. Text translation: The Microsoft Translator Text API can be used to translate text into any of the languages supported by the service.

  11. Translation - Wikipedia

    Due to the prominence of English as a source language, the use of pseudonyms and pseudotranslations became common in countries such as Italy and Hungary, and English has often been used as a vehicular language to translate from languages such as Chinese and Japanese.