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Free and accurate Online Polish-English / English-Polish translator?


Josephine 2 | -
23 Nov 2008 #1
Where can I find an online translator which is free, user-friendly and accurate?
The current translator simply made me a fool in front of my Polish friend...
z_darius 14 | 3,968
23 Nov 2008 #2
Where can I find an online translator which is free, user-friendly and accurate?

Free and user friendly? Yes.
Accurate? No such thing exists for Polish translators.
polishgirltx
23 Nov 2008 #3
Where can I find an online translator which is free, user-friendly and accurate?

Polishforums.com

there is no a reliable online translator... well, beside the alive person...

:)
dcchris 8 | 432
24 Nov 2008 #4
translatica.pl
dict.pl/dict?word=beton&words=&lang=PL
mafketis 24 | 8,713
8 Dec 2008 #5
Where can I find an online translator which is free, user-friendly and accurate?

Would you like a pony too?
Happymeal 7 | 35
19 Apr 2009 #6
Apr 19, 09, 17:52 - Thread attached on merging:
Polish to English translator

Does anyone know of a good Polish to English translator and vis versa?

Similar to yahoo's translator, which works fairly well ;)

babelfish.yahoo/
osiol 55 | 3,922
19 Apr 2009 #7
I've not used babelfish, but I have tried google language tools and I'm not impressed. I've also used translatica which is better, but still not great.
krysia 23 | 3,057
19 Apr 2009 #8
poltran.com
Happymeal 7 | 35
19 Apr 2009 #9
Awesome! Thanx Osiol and Krysia ;)
Lauren
25 May 2009 #10
Poltran.com

Also, babelfish doesn't translate to and from Polish.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,387
25 May 2009 #11
Poltran does. I've just tested it.

just don't use the small box. use the larger dialogue/translation box.
tomekcatkins 8 | 130
25 May 2009 #12
Where can I find an online translator which is free, user-friendly and accurate?
The current translator simply made me a fool in front of my Polish friend...

Just learn Polish, or else simply talk in English.
For some quick sentences to impress, use PF.
Switezianka - | 463
25 May 2009 #13
There are no accurate online translators. Accurate electronic translators are, so far, science fiction. We are not enough technologically advanced to create a program, that would understand human language, and without understanding a sentence, you cannot translate it. To choose how to translate each word, you must understand its context - and that is something computers can't do yet.

So, just forget it!
lowfunk99 10 | 397
26 May 2009 #14
I agree that the translators don't work all the time. I translated a letter from the Polish Government and it said nothing about needing a work permit. I asked a Polish person to read it and they said "ohh they are asking for a work permit".
sadieann 2 | 205
26 May 2009 #15
I agree that it is impossible to translate Polish to English. Thank you PF and real person is the way to go. Plus, learning Polish through site.
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
31 May 2009 #16
Thread attached on merging:
WHAT IS THE BEST FREE ONLINE POLISH-ENGLISH & ENGLISH-POLISH DICTIONARY?

I have not found any good online two-way dictioanaries. Usually the word I'm looking for is not there and I have to go to my good, old reliable bookcase. Are there any decent, comprehensive dictionaries online? How many entries does it contain? 50,000 is the beginner's level. for normal users upwards of 200,000 would be needed, better yet at least 500,000.
RubasznyRumcajs 5 | 485
31 May 2009 #18
well... i'm not a linguist, but ling.pl doesn't seem to me as a 'best' solution... i used it from time to time.

in my opinion: there is no 'the best' dictionary - the best option is to check word in few dictionaries, and than use it.
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
31 May 2009 #19
Many dzięks! ling.pl is defintiely the best online translator I have ever seen. Esp. since words are translatable into all the major European languages at a single site. I tried some no longer very common words such as bednarstwo and podczaszy and they were there.
scorpio 20 | 188
31 May 2009 #20
An excellent Polish-English online dictionary can be found at: dict.pl
Switek - | 59
31 May 2009 #21
2 X.

I use it and I'd recommend it!
Michallikes 10 | 34
22 Aug 2009 #22
Aug 23, 09, 03:53 - Thread attached on merging:
A good place to get free polish translations online?

Does anyone know a good place to get Polish translations online?
Where you can post a video and get the meaning of a few words.
I would expect to have to translate something for someone else in return of course because nothing is free.
Lefty 13 | 124
22 Aug 2009 #23
Ermmm forgive my sarcasm but try Google

Seriously though you can get help there... go ahead and post your video!
lonely2333
4 Dec 2009 #24
The best polish translator i got is my polish boyfriend
mateinone 5 | 58
4 Dec 2009 #25
Some others have made comments and I have many links also bookmarked, but the best translator I have used is translatica.pl and the best dictionary/resource is dict.pl these have both already been mentioned a number of times here.
Tasiemski
4 Dec 2009 #26
There is no other choice: Lexitools
The most up to date and practical Free and accurate Online Polish-English Translator
melchizidek
20 Jan 2010 #27
Oxford PWN English to Polish, Polish to English, but are expensive circa £72. but well worth it.
Georgiana
20 Jan 2010 #28
Which of all these translators is the most accurate and give the best translations?

Maybe we should open a poll to vote?

Thanks!
dobie
22 Mar 2010 #29
try this site with the www first: translatica.pl/ - it is excellent!
edward brook - | 1
25 May 2010 #30
Thank you for including me in your member list.


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