Millions of Wikipedia articles in different languages are linked together by volunteers to provide the ability to switch between them. This page uses Wikipedia's APIs to let you use these links like a more classic translator product.
Do you need to know the proper term for the corpuscular theory of light in German? Or how would a French biologist refer to cytokinesis? WikiTranslator can provide correct translations for complicated terminology and allows you to quickly verify that the terms match by providing a summary of both articles.
By only downloading the necessary data and no pictures, WikiTranslator can reduce the bandwidth you use for browsing Wikipedia entries, enabling quality translations even when access to the Internet may be scarce.
Did you find WikiTranslator useful? That's great! To help make it even better, please consider contributing to your language's Wikipedia, as well as donating to the Wikimedia Foundation, which supports the hosting of Wikipedia and the APIs this site replies on.
If you would like to support this project directly, you're invited to submit issues on GitHub, which will help make the site work better!
Lastly: hi, I am Jakub Dranczewski, a Physics student at Imperial College London. This website is a project I have worked on over the summer because I've found myself using Wikipedia to translate Physics terms quite a lot and thought that a tool which does it for you could be useful for the general public too! If you would like to support me directly, you can do so through Monzo or PayPal. You can find out more about me and my other projects at jdranczewski.github.io. Thank you for dropping by!