Dictionary in 180 languages, with common phrases, questions and expressions by Henri Goursau
A REMARKABLE APPLICATION THAT OFFERS:
200 common phrases and expressions translated in 180 languages
• The world’s most common languages covering all continents
• European languages spoken by almost 750 million citizens
• Dialects from France, Europe and across the globe
200 phrases arranged in alphabetical order, for communication, conversation and travel in 180 languages
40,000 exchanges in all the languages of the world (English-Chinese, Chinese-English, etc.)
Ask for directions, where to eat, sleep, visit, get a taxi, bus, train or plane, where to find a hotel, bank, museum, city centre and many other useful questions, anywhere in the world... All of this at your fingertips thanks to a multilingual tool that will assist you and solve your problems in any situation.
How do you make yourself understood abroad? This handy application will help you find the phrases you need, assisting you in everyday situations, from the casual to the complex.
A real reference accessible to anyone, for travel and communication in the world's principal languages. It will help you in taking your first steps across the language divide, breaking the ice and establishing a rapport in the local language and with local people.
If among the proposal of the sentences, none is appropriate to him, then, this application gives the opportunity automatically of translating the typiing sentence (about forty languages are available in automatic translation).
The application’s content is always available, without any internet connection required.
list of languages available :
Afrikaans;Albanian;German;Alsatian;Amharic;English;Arabic : classical, Algeria, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Moroccon Oman, Palestinian Authority,Gaza Strip, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia and Yemen; Armenian;Occitan (French regional language);Azerbaijani/Azeri;Bambara;Basque/Euskara;Batak;Bengali;Berber;Bhojpuri;Belarusian;Burmese;Bosnian;Breton;Bulgarian;Cantonese;Catalan;Cebuano;Chichewa;Chinese (simplified);Chinese (traditional);Chti;Sinhalese;Korean;Corsican; Creole from Cape Verdean (Kriolu, Kriol),Guadeloupe, Guiana,Haiti,Martinique,Mauritiu,Reunion,Seychelles ;Croatian;Danish;Dari;Drehu, Caledonian language;Spanish from Spain, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru and Venezuela;Esperanto;Estonian;Faroese;Fijian;Finnish;French;Franconian;Scottish Gaelic;Irish Gaelic;Galician;Gallo;Welsh;Gascon;Georgian;Greek;Gujarati;Hausa;Hawaiian;Hebrew;Hiligaynon;Hindi;Hmong;Hungarian/Magyar;Igbo;Iloko;Indonesian;Icelandic;Italian;Japanese;Javanese;Kannada;Kazakh;Khmer/Cambodian;Kikongo;Kinyarwanda;Kirundi;Kurdish (Kurmandji);Kurdish (Sorani);Lao;Latin;Latvian;Lingala;Lithuanian;Luo;Luxembourgian/Luxembourgish;Macedonian;Madurese;Maithili;Malay;Malayalam;Malagasy;Malinke/Mninka;Maltese;Maori/reo Maori;Marathi;Marshallese;Minangkabau;Moldavian;Monegasque;Mongolian;Montenegrin;Ndebele;Dutch, Flemish;Nengone, Caledonian language;Nepali;Norman;Norwegian;Nyanja;Aranese Occitan;Occitan (Western Vivaro-Alpine, France);Occitan (Eastern Vivaro-Alpine, Italy);Oriya;Oromo;Urdu;Uzbek;Pashto;Pampanga;Punjabi Shahmukhi;Punjabi Gurmukhi;Papiamento (Aruba);Papiamentu (Bonaire/Curaçao);Persian/Farsi;Peul;Polish;Portuguese (Portugal);Portuguese (Brazil);Occitan (Provence, France);Provencal (France);Quichua (Ecuador);Romanian;Russian;Samoan;Sanskrit;Sardinian;Serbian (Latin);Serbian (Cyrillic);Sesotho;Shona;Sindhi;Slovak;Slovenian;Somali;Sundanese;Swedish;Swahili;Tajik;Tagalog;Tahitian/reo Tahiti/Polynesian language;Taiwanese;Tamil;Czech;Chechen;Telugu;Thai;Tibetan;Tigrinya;Tok Pisin/Pidgin (Papua New Guinea);Tongan;Tswana;Tumbuka;Turkish;Turkmen;Ukrainian;Valencian;Vietnamese;Wolof;Xhosa;Yiddish;Yoruba;Zulu