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Google now offers Translated Search, for results from any language

Google just brought its search and translation products together in a useful new way, delivering search results from sites in any language. Sometimes the best results for a particular search just aren't in English, but now Google can find them for you anyway and deliver a translation. It even picks the relevant language automatically. For example, if you wanted to find a restaurant in Paris, Translated Search would give you translated results from French sites.

This opens up tons of information that was previously hard to get at if you didn't speak a language well enough to search in it. It even works in multiple languages at once. Google gives the example of searching for restaurants in Antwerp, where both French and Dutch are spoken - Translated Search will show you both.

If you want to try Translated Search for yourself, you can turn it on in your search options panel.

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