Get gendered translations
In some languages, you can get both masculine and feminine translations for some gender-neutral words and phrases. A “Translations are gender-specific” message shows above the 2 translations.
You can get gendered translations on Google Translate in a browser, like Chrome or Firefox.
In several languages, you can get gendered translations for single words. In fewer languages, you can also get gendered translations for short phrases and sentences that mention a person in a gender-neutral way.
Gendered translations in more languages are coming soon.
Gendered translations show in alphabetical order by gender label. For example, in English, “feminine” comes alphabetically before “masculine.”
In languages without alphabets, gendered translations show in each language’s standard indexing order by gender label.
- Can’t share or suggest an edit:
Gendered translations don’t yet work with all Google Translate options. Learn how to help improve Google Translate.
- Can’t save only one gender:
When you save a gendered translation, you save both feminine and masculine results. Learn how to save translations.
- Don't see gendered translations:
Learn about available languages & lengths (above).