Command-line-translator - Command-line access to google translate and some other features

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Google translate shell, Google translate command-line, command-line translator Google Translate, Linux, easy to use, fast and comfortable. Command-line google translate, quick translate, very simple scripts, scripts for assess Google Translate, Google Translate CLI.



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