Monday, February 19, 2018
St. Louis Bosnians

Google Translate sails past 70 languages with the addition of Bosnian

Chances are if you use the Internet, you’ve used Google Translate at least once in your life. And from today, Google is opening the technology to potentially an additional 183m people, as it opens to five more languages.

Bosnian, the official language of Bosnia and Herzegovina, has been added alongside Cebuano (Philippines), Hmong (China, Vietnam, Laos, Thailand and the US), Javanese (second most-spoken language in Indonesia), and Marathi (India).

Just a few weeks ago, Google added Khmer, the official language of Cambodia, to its online translation technology, which represented its 66th language.

While Bosnian constitutes a ‘full’ launch, the other four tongues are being classed as in ‘alpha’, meaning there may be more inaccuracies than usual.

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The St. Louis Bosnian is an online database of Bosnian community in St. Louis. The purpose is to document and preserve existence of the Bosnian immigrant community in metropolitan St. Louis area. Through published books, articles, interviews, researches, videos, photos as well as speaker series, seminars, workshops and educational classes. We hope to leave the legacy of our community to the future generations.

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