To help people better understand your language, you can submit feedback to Google Translate Contribute. We pay special attention to written languages used widely across the web and with more native speakers who can help translate. Learn more about Google Translate Contribute.
Translations verified by contributors
People who contribute to Google Translate can help verify translations. Translations with many "correct" votes show up in Google Translate with a badge .
Become a contributor
- Go to Google Translate.
- Sign in with your Google account.
- At the bottom, click Contribute .
- Follow the steps to complete sign up.
Translate a new word or phrase
Important: We may show your contributions to other users but won’t identify you. Do not include anything private or personal.
When you click Translate, Google Translate shows you words or phrases to translate into your language. To change the language you want to translate, at the top, click the language dropdown menu .
Translate the word or phrase the same way you’d speak or write it. Correct any grammatical errors. For example, if the translation says, "How old is you," update to, "How old are you?"
Use the same:
- Tone, whether it’s formal or informal.
- Idioms and slang.
If the translation doesn’t include important information like the subject’s gender or relationship to you, translate it the way you think it should be written.
Validate translations & contribute on the Translate homepage
- Go to the Translate Contribute homepage.
- To get several translations of a word or phrase into your language, click Validate.
- Mark which ones are right or wrong.
Suggest translation edits
To improve your language, you can propose changes to translations in Google Translate. To suggest an edit, click Edit .
Tip: After you suggest an edit, before it shows up as a validated translation to all users, Translate Contribute must validate it. Validated translations receive a badge .