Named Entity Translation Customization

Description

Using Custom Terminology, Amazon Translate allows you to define how terms or names that are unique to certain organizations, domain, and industry get translated. The ability to customize output with Custom Terminology can decrease the number of translations that need to be edited by professional translators, resulting in cost savings and faster translations.

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Pricing

$15.00 per million characters
You are billed monthly for the total number of characters sent to the API for processing, including white space characters. Amazon Translate is priced at $15.00 per million characters ($0.000015 per character).

Free Tier
2 million characters per month for 12 months
The Free Tier is available to you for 12 months, starting from the date on which you create your first translation request. When your free usage expires, or if your application use exceeds the free usage tier, you simply pay standard, pay-as-you-go service rates.

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${comment.user__first_name}$ ${comment.user__last_name}$

${ new Date(comment.created_at).getFullYear() + "/" + new Date(comment.created_at).getMonth() + "/" + new Date(comment.created_at).getDate() + " " + new Date(comment.created_at).getHours() + ":" + new Date(comment.created_at).getMinutes() }$
${comment.content}$

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${response.user__first_name}$ ${response.user__last_name}$ modifier

${ new Date(response.created_at).getFullYear() + "/" + new Date(response.created_at).getMonth() + "/" + new Date(response.created_at).getDate() + " " + new Date(response.created_at).getHours() + ":" + new Date(response.created_at).getMinutes() }$
${ response.content }$

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