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Hindi is spoken by over 691 million people worldwide and is the official language of India. Predominantly spoken in the northern and central regions of India, Hindi is also widely used by Indian communities globally, such as those in the United States and Canada.
Chinese, on the other hand, spoken by over 1.2 billion people worldwide, is one of the most widely spoken languages globally and has multiple dialects. Mandarin, one of the major Chinese dialects, serves as the official language of the People's Republic of China and Taiwan. It is also spoken in various Chinese communities around the world, including the United States, Canada, and numerous other countries.
Hindi and Chinese belong to different language families. Hindi is an Indo-Aryan language spoken in the Indian subcontinent, while Chinese is a Sino-Tibetan language.
Grammatically, Hindi and Chinese differ in sentence structure. Hindi often follows a subject-object-verb sentence structure, while Chinese typically follows a subject-verb-object sentence structure, similar to English.
Moreover, the writing systems of Hindi and Chinese are distinct. Hindi employs the Devanagari script, while Chinese uses logograms in its characters.
Despite these linguistic disparities, both languages share certain commonalities. For instance, they utilize honorifics to express respect when addressing elders. In Hindi the honorific "जी" (ji) is commonly used, while in Chinese, honorifics may involve specific titles or terms. For example, in Hindi, instead of just saying "रवि" (Ravi), you might use "रवि जी" (Ravi-ji) to indicate respect. While in Chinese, "先生" (xiānshēng) is a common honorific term, which is often used to address someone with respect, similar to the English "Mr" or "Sir".
Beyond language, Hindi and Chinese cultures share various similarities in terms of traditional values, customs, and social norms. Both cultures place a strong emphasis on family ties and respect for elders. Additionally, both cultures celebrate a rich tapestry of festivals and significant occasions that are deeply rooted in their histories and religious beliefs.
Hindi sentence and phrase will be translated into Chinese meaning.
For E.g. typing:
"हिहिंदी इंडो-आर्यन भाषा परिवार से संबंधित है, जो इंडो-यूरोपीय भाषा परिवार की एक शाखा है। दूसरी ओर, चीनी, चीन-तिब्बती भाषा परिवार से संबंधित है।" will be translated into "印地语属于印欧语系印度-雅利安语系的一个分支。 另一方面，汉语属于汉藏语系。"
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"भक्ति (Bhakti)" meaning in Chinese will be "奉献精神 (Fèngxiàn jīngshén)"
"आकर्षण (Aakarshan)" meaning in Chinese will be "吸引力 (Xīyǐn lì)"
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मैं तुमसे प्यार करता हूँ - (Main tumase pyaar karata hoon)
我爱你 - (Wǒ ài nǐ)
स्वागतम् - (Swagatam)
欢迎 - (Huānyíng)
नमस्ते - (Namaste)
你好 - (Nǐ hǎo)
आप कैसे हैं ? / क्या हाल है? - (Aap kaise hain? / Kya haal hai?)
你好吗？ - (Nǐ hǎo ma?)
आप का नाम क्या है? - (Aap-ka naam kya hai)
你叫什么名字？ - (Nǐ jiào shénme míngzì?)
आपसे मिलकर खुशी हुई - (Aapase milakar khushee huee)
很高兴见到你 - (Hěn gāoxìng jiàn dào nǐ)
धन्यवाद - (Dhanyabaad)
谢谢 - (Xièxiè)
माफ़ कीजिय! - (Maaf keejiy!)
打扰一下/对不起 - (Dǎrǎo yīxià/duìbùqǐ)
फिर मिलते हैं! - (Phir milte hai)
再见！ - (Zàijiàn!)
शुभ प्रभात or नमस्कार - (Subha Prabhat / Namaskar)
早上好 - (Zǎoshang hǎo)
क्या आप अंग्रेज़ी बोलते हैं? - (kya aap angrezee bolate hain?)
你会说英语吗？ - (Nǐ huì shuō yīngyǔ ma?)
मुझे समझ नहीं आया - (Mujhe samajh nahin aaya)
我不明白 - (Wǒ bù míngbái)
कृपया धीमी गति से बोलें - (krpaya dheemee gati se bolen)
请慢慢讲 - (Qǐng màn man jiǎng)
वाशरूम किदर है? - (Bathroom kidhar hai?)
洗手间在哪里？ - (Xǐshǒujiān zài nǎlǐ?)
कक्या मैं पैसे बदल सकता हूँ? - (Kya main paise badal sakata hoon?)
我可以换钱吗？ - (Wǒ kěyǐ huànqián ma?)
ये कितना है? - (Ye kitana hai?)
这个多少钱？ - (Zhège duōshǎo qián?)
यह बहुत महंगा है! - (Yah bahut mahanga hai!)
太贵了！ - (Tài guìle!)
कृपया इसे फिर से कहना - (krpaya ise phir se kahana)
请再说一遍 - (Qǐng zàishuō yībiàn)
बाएं / सही / सीधे - (Baen / Sahee / Seedhe)
左/右/直 - (Zuǒ/yòu/zhí)
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However, you can install the Chrome extension tool called Google Translate by visiting Google Translate Chrome Extension link.
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It supports over 100 languages.
With this tool you can type in English and get in Hindi. For e.g. typing "hindi ko chini me translate kare" gives you "हिंदी को चीनी में ट्रांसलेट करे". This makes typing in Hindi natural as you don’t need to remember complex Hindi keyboard layout. Please visit: www.EasyHindiTyping.com to use this tool.
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Online Hindi unicode tool will automatically convert any roman text into unicode Hindi. Whenever you type any letter, you will get additional hints to make your typing easier. Please visit this link to type in unicode.
Hindi speech translation service is provided by both Microsoft and Google. They both use their own cognitive services to translate spoken words and phrases into a language of your choice. For some languages, you will hear the translation spoken aloud.
Microsoft Translator in particular powers speech translation features across its products which can be used for Live Presentation, In-Person or Remote Translated Communication (such as Skype), Media Subtitling, Customer support and Business Intelligence.
Yes. This Hindi to Chinese text translation is absolutely FREE. You can use our translation tool for both personal and commercial use.
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These restrictions are placed to ensure that robots or automated software are not abusing this facilities.
As explained earlier, the machine-language technology is used to perform the translation. This translation software is evolving every day and as time goes by the translation is going to be pretty accurate - especially for commonly used phrases and sentences.
At the moment, it is not perfect but our translation software is useful for those who need help framing the sentence and get a general idea on what the sentence or phrase is conveying the message.
For those who would like accurate translation - there are plenty of websites that provide human translators for translating Hindi to Chinese.