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 TIP #282   This tip was sent on the week: October 17th to October 23rd 2010

Tip #282 - What’s Polysemic Display? Part II

In our last Tip we saw a practical example of the use of the new function “Polysemic Display” (available in the Plus version). We saw that the sentence:

El vino muy contento  

incorrectly spelled without the Accent on “el”, yielded two probable translations:    

Now, your question might be: But how do we know which one is the “correct” translation? 

If your native language is Spanish and you know little English, then you may use another neat function available our Translator Professional (and Professional Plus):


Click on the Retranslation icon and you will see options (1) and (2) retranslated and rephrased in Spanish, thus:

Finally, when you click on (2), your result will be displayed as:

  He came very happy

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