Provided by: translate_0.6-11_all
translate - looks up for words in a dictionary
translate [options] words
translate looks up for words in a dictionary and translates them. It can handle multiple dictionaries and charsets. It comes with an english-german dictionary and is able to translate in both directions.
-n non-interactive (don't prompt if no matches found) -i invers lookup (from second to first language) -l languages to translate between -v display version and exit -w searches only whole words -h display help
translate -l en-de simplest
translate preferred language and is stored in /etc/translate.conf You can store your private configuration file in ~/.translate. If there are no options in the commandline it uses the default values de-en. It can also create a private dictionary in ~/.translate
Jochem Huhmann <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote translate. This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). TRANSLATE(1)