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How we translate information
Although currently not all pages are available in all languages, we're working hard to expand available languages and the number of pages translated.
To help with this process, we sometimes use automated software to perform translations, known as "machine translation." We use machine translations from various sources, including but not limited to our own machine translation and Microsoft Translator (Bing), to generate some of the information on a page, such as listing information, into different languages.
We also use automated software to translate item titles. To provide feedback on the quality of a translated item title, place your pointer over the title and select a star rating.
Switching to your language
If a translation of a page or listing is available in your language, you can switch to that language version:
eBay may contain machine-generated translations. Translation accuracy and availability is not guaranteed and is your sole responsibility. If there is any conflict between translated and original listing text, the original text is considered the official version. eBay may also contain translations from third-party machine translation vendors such as Microsoft, among others. Microsoft disclaims all warranties related to the translations, express or implied, including any warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
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