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Talking and chatting with people all over the world, in a different language is possible with Skype Translator.
Your translated chat will continue to be available in your recent chats with that person. If you want to start a translated chat with someone else, you'll need to start translator with them in the same way. Important: A translated chat will only support you and a single contact. If you try to add another participant or bot to your translated chat, you will get a message that the translations will no longer work until the added participant is removed. Once they are removed, you will see your translations continue as normal.
Yes, first you'll need a little Skype Credit or a subscription. In the new Skype on mobile and the new Skype for Windows, Mac and Linux:
We support over 50 languages for instant messaging. We currently support the following languages for voice/video calls: Arabic Arabic (Levantine) Chinese (Mandarin) English French German Hindi Italian Japanese Portuguese (Brazil) Russian Spanish
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