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How to Translate One Word Into Multiple Languages at Once?

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If you have a word or sentence which you want to translate into another language, you can easily do that using google translator.

But do you know how to translate one word into multiple languages at once??

Probably your answer is NO. And that’s where our this guide comes out really handy. There are multiple translators over the web which offer language translation, but all of them are limited to transfer languages into one form to another.

Like if you have any sentence in one language, you can transfer it into another language within seconds but it’s not that easy to get that translation in multiple languages all at once.

If you are interested in translating one word into many languages at a time and don’t know how to do it, no need to worry. We will guide you through the steps. So let’s get started??

How to Translate One Word into Multiple Languages At Once

There are many online dictionaries available on the web, which offer the translations of a word into multi-languages at once. We have listed some of them below.

The fact is, translation of one word into multi-languages is certainly easy. The real problem occurs when we have to translate one sentence into different languages altogether.

But your landing on this page confirms that you will get to learn everything you need to. So are you ready to learn how to translate one word and a sentence into multiple languages?? I’m sure you are. Let’s head over to the guide.

#How to translate one word into many languages:

There are multiple tools available online which offer translations of a word into multiple languages at once. Out of them all, we have mentioned two easy to use and reliable tools, which do its job best.

#Method 1. Using Nice Translator:

The Nice tool is the best when it comes to translating a word or a sentence into multiple languages. To use this translator,

Step 1. Go to the nice translator. The home page looks like the below screenshot.


Step 2. Now you need to add the translator before you can translate language into multiple other languages. For this, click on the add translator button at the top left corner and add the languages in which you would like to have your translations.

If you can’t locate the option, have a look at the below screenshot.


Step 3. Once you are done selecting the languages, write your desired text in the text field and see the results instantly. The below screenshot is to show what were my results when I used the nice translator.


#Method 2. Using ECTACO

If you want, you can also try the ECTACO web directory to translate the text into various different languages. Using this tool is extremely simple. here’s how to use it.

Step 1. Just go to

Step 2. Now scroll down the page In the left pane, you will see a widget for online dictionaries. A screenshot for the same is given below.


Step 3. In the first field, you need to write the word you want to get translated, and in the second field i.e. Into, choose the last option i.e multilanguage and click translate.

Soon after the word would be translated into multiple languages.


You can even use the tool called translate words for the same purpose. Now let’s move to the second part of the guide.

 #How to Translate One Sentence into Multiple Languages:

To translate sentences into multi-languages, nice translators are the best again. But if you want some other native solution for this, we have got one. In this method, we will use the google spreadsheet.

The Google spreadsheet uses google translator to translate the text into the desired languages. Using this method, we can translate one text or word in up to 149 web interface languages, all at once.

Here’s how to do it.

Step 1. Go to and sign in with your Google(Google) account. If you don’t have a Google account created, you will need to create one.

Step 2. Once you are successfully logged in, click on the plus icon to create a new document. See the screen below to understand how it works.


Step 3. Once the new spreadsheet is created, write the below formula in the cell B and leave the cell empty to write the sentence which we want to convert into other languages.

=GoogleTranslate($A$1, “en”, “af“)

have a look at the screenshot below.


Here, “af” is the language code of the language Afrikaans. This means the text we have written will be converted into Afrikaans. If we want to translate the text into other languages like Spanish, Hindi, Arabic or similar, we will have to replace the language code with our desired language code and the text would be converted into that language.

The language code of the languages you can get from here, Google Language Codes

Step 4. Since we want the language-translation into multiple languages all at once, we will have to place the above formula in different cells replacing the language codes with different languages from the above list.

Step 5. Once you are done writing the formula, its time to write our desired sentence in the cell A. Here is the result I got after doing all the above-mentioned steps. 


Great technique, isn’t it? I’m sure you didn’t know about it before.

Note: These tools indeed offer multiple language translations of a word or sentence but we don’t claim them to be 100% accurate. There are enough chances for the sentences to be wrong. So make sure to recheck the translation twice before using it.

So that’s it. The above-mentioned ways are the best and working resources to change the word/sentence into multiple forms. Use any of the methods above and get your job done.

After going through this step-by-step guide, I don’t think you need to ask anyone again how to translate one word into multiple languages at once! 

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