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What languages does Microsoft Translator support?

Microsoft Translator supports more than 60 languages for text translation through the Microsoft Translator API. All of these languages are available in most products powered by Microsoft Translator including Translator for Bing, and Translator apps.

If you are looking for language lists in the Microsoft Translator apps and other end user products, click here.

Microsoft Translator supported languages

AfrikaansYes
ArabicYesYesYesYes
Arabic, Levantine SMYesYes
BanglaYesYesYes
Bosnian (Latin)Yes
BulgarianYesYes
Cantonese (Traditional)
CatalanYes
Chinese Simplified CSYesYesYesYes
Chinese Traditional CSYesYesYes
CroatianYesYes
CzechYesYes
DanishYesYes
DutchYesYes
English CSYesYesYes
EstonianYes
Fijian
Filipino
FinnishYesYes
FrenchYesYesYes
German CSYesYesYes
GreekYesYes
Haitian CreoleYes
HebrewYesYesYes
HindiYesYesYes
Hmong DawYes
HungarianYesYes
IcelandicYesYes
IndonesianYes
ItalianYesYesYes
JapaneseYesYesYesYes
KiswahiliYes
KlingonYes
Klingon (plqaD)
KoreanYesYes
LatvianYesYes
LithuanianYesYes
Malagasy
MalayYesYes
MalteseYes
NorwegianYesYes
PersianYes
PolishYesYes
PortugueseYesYesYes
Queretaro Otomi
RomanianYesYes
RussianYesYesYes
Samoan
Serbian (Cyrillic)Yes
Serbian (Latin)YesYes
SlovakYesYes
SlovenianYesYes
Spanish CSYesYesYes
SwedishYesYes
Tahitian
TamilYesYesYes
ThaiYesYesYes
Tongan
TurkishYesYes
UkrainianYesYes
UrduYes
VietnameseYesYes
WelshYesYes
Yucatec Maya

CS Languages marked with the CS icon allow for custom speech models using the Cognitive Services Custom Speech Service. This service allows users to customize the language model of the speech recognition by tailoring it to the vocabulary and the speaking style of the user. This feature is currently available in the PowerPoint Presentation Translator.

SM “Arabic, Levantine” is a dedicated speech model developed specifically for recognizing Levantine dialect Arabic speech. It is not available as a text translation system; “Arabic” can be used for text translation.

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