How does cross-language translation work?

Cross-Language Translation

Cross-language translation works by scanning for similar content in other languages in addition to the language of your original document. This enables you to scan for results in over 30 languages from which content may have been taken. For example, a document in English can be scanned to see if it matches results translated from another language, such as Spanish.

When starting a scan, you can specify the additional language in which you would like to scan for results.

Note that the document you are scanning must be in one of the following 9 languages: Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. A scan alert will appear if you choose a language we don’t support to cross-translate.

See below for sample screenshots of cross-language translation in action.