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I'm curious to know if you have any go to sources (apps or websites) that offer Greek or Hebrew literal definitions, with the possible English alternatives. I understand the JW app and website offer the Interlinear translation, but I often have to copy the Greek word then Google it to even understand the pronunciation. Which is find I suppose, but always trying to streamline research. I love to hear a brother give a talk and highlight a literal definition, because it deepens my understanding personally.
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If you've been relying on Google for translation, you may want to give Microsoft / Bing translator another go: in recent years it has been using neural networks, AI, and machine learning to not only catch up to google, but for certain language pairs, actually beating out the big "G."
Just this week a member of this forum from Mexico and I used Microsoft's "Translator Conversations" feature to instant message with each other, in two different languages, while each seeing the other's messages in our preferred one! (I have previously tested this chat feature with up to 4 people, none of whom knew any second language--microsoft does all the bridgework to cross the language barrier!)
And today they announced their Chinese - English machine translation has now reached parity with human translators--wow!
They've also partnered with smartphone maker Huawei, which makes a phone with a built-in AI-dedicated computer chip which allows offline translation that rivals the power of google's supercomputers. It's almost like a star trek-type universal translator that doesn't even need internet access. This could be useful for need-greaters I imagine.
As lifehacker put it a year ago when they reviewed these two options side by side, "Google Offers More Languages, But Microsoft Chooses Quality Over Quantity"
Microsoft Translator is available at Bing.com/translator and in the mobile apps for iOS and Android.
A sister in my congregation has a problem on her Samsung tablet and asked me for help. I do not use Android, and it is not a problem I have encountered before.
Her JWLibrary app has started to add publications in Achi and Abui languages. She has not requested these and we cannot see how to remove them.
Has anyone any dea of this problem and how it may be resolved? Thanks for any help you can give.