Supported Languages

SDL Trados Studio 2015 works with any language combination that Microsoft Windows supports. Language support varies according to your operating system and is most comprehensive on Windows 8.x. See a full list of all languages supported in Windows 8 here.

Supported Languages for Studio 2015 projects

A-D

E-H

I-O

P-S

T-Z

  • Afrikaans
  • Albanian
  • Alsacian
  • Amharic
  • Arabic (Algeria)
  • Arabic (Bahrain)
  • Arabic (Egypt)
  • Arabic (Iraq)
  • Arabic (Jordan)
  • Arabic (Kuweit)
  • Arabic (Lebanon)
  • Arabic (Libya)
  • Arabic (Morocco)
  • Arabic (Oman)
  • Arabic (Qatar)
  • Arabic (Saudi Arabia)
  • Arabic (Syria)
  • Arabic (Tunisia)
  • Arabic (U.A.E)
  • Arabic (Yemen)
  • Armenian (Armania)
  • Assamese (India)
  • Azeri (Cyrillic, Latin)
  • Baskir (Russia)
  • Basque (Basque)
  • Belarusian (Belarus)
  • Bengali (Bangladesh)
  • Bengali (India)
  • Bosnian (Cyrillic, Latin)
  • Breton (France)
  • Bulgarian (Bulgaria)
  • Burmese
  • Burmese (Myanmar)
  • Catalan (Catalan)
  • Central Atlas Tamazight (Tifnagh, Morocco)
  • Central Kurdish (Iraq)
  • Cherokee (Cherokee)
  • Chinese (Simplified, PRC)
  • Chinese (Simplified, Singapore)
  • Chinese (Traditional, Hong Kong S.A.R.)
  • Chinese (Traditional, Macao S.A.R.)
  • Chinese (Traditional, Taiwan)
  • Corsican (France)
  • Croatian (Croatia)
  • Croatian (Latin, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
  • Czech (Czech Republic)
  • Danish (Danmark)
  • Dari (Afganistan)
  • Divehi (Maldives)
  • Dutch (Belgium)
  • Dutch (Netherlands)

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • English (Australia)

  • English (Belize)
  • English (Canada)
  • English (Caraibbean)
  • English (Hong Kong)
  • English (India)
  • English (Ireland)
  • English (Jamaica)
  • English (Malayasia)
  • English (New Zeeland)
  • English (Republic of the Philippines)
  • English (Singapore)
  • English (South Africa)
  • English (Trinidad and Tobago)
  • English (United Kindgdom)
  • English (United States)
  • English (Zimbawe)

  • Estonian (Estonia)

  • Faeroese (Faroe Islands)

  • Filipino (Philippines)

  • Finnish (Finland)

  • French (Cameroon)

  • French (Canada)

  • French (Congo [DRC])

  • French (France)

  • French (Haiti)

  • French (Ivory Coast)

  • French (Luxembourg)

  • French (Mali)

  • French (Monaco)

  • French (Morocco)

  • French (Réunion)

  • French (Senegal)

  • French (Switzerland)

  • Frisian (Netherlands)

  • Fulah (Latin, Senegal)

  • Galician (Galician)

  • Georgian (Georgia)

  • German (Austria)

  • German (Germany)

  • German (Liechtenstein)

  • German (Luxermbourg)

  • German (Switzerland)

  • Greek (Greece)

  • Greenlandic (Greenland)

  • Guarani

  • Guarani (Paraguay)

  • Gujarati (India)

  • Hausa (Latin, Nigeria)

  • Hawaiian (United States)

  • Hebrew (Israel)

  • Hindi (India)

  • Hungarian (Hungary)

  • Icelandic (Iceland)

  • Igbo (Nigeria)

  • Indonesian (Indonesia)

  • Inuktitut (Latin, Canada)

  • Inuktitut (Syllabics, Canada)

  • Irish (Ireland)

  • isiXhosa (South Africa)

  • isiZulu (South Africa)

  • Italian (Italy)

  • Italian (Switzerland)

  • Japanese (Japan)

  • Javanese
  • Javanese (Indonesia)
  • Javanese (Latin)
  • Kannada (India)

  • Kazakh (Kazakhstan)

  • Khmer (Cambodia)

  • K’iche (Guatemala)

  • Kinyarwanda (Rwanda)

  • Kiswahili (Kenya)

  • Konkani (India)

  • Korean (Korea)

  • Kyrgyz (Kyrgystan)

  • Lao (Lao P.D.R)

  • Latvian (Latvia)

  • Lithuanian (Lithuania)

  • Lower Sorbian (Germany)

  • Luxembourgish (Luxemburg)

  • Macedonian (Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)

  • Malagasy

  • Malagasy (Madagascar)

  • Malay (all variants)

  • Malayalam (India)

  • Maltese (Malta)

  • Maori (New Zeeland)

  • Mapudungun (Chile)

  • Marathi (India)

  • Mohawk (Mohawk)

  • Mongolian (Cyrilic, Mongolia) 

  • Mongolian (Traditional Mongolian, PRC)

  • Nepali (India)

  • Nepali (Nepal)
  • N'ko
  • N'ko (Guinea)
  • Norwegian, Bokmål (Norway)
  • Norwegian, Nynorsk (Norway)
  • Occitan (France)
  • Oriya (India)

  • Oromo

  • Oromo (Ethiopia)

 

 

  • Pashto (Afganistan)
  • Persian

  • Polish (Poland)

  • Portuguese (Angola)

  • Portuguese (Brazil)

  • Portuguese (Portugal)

  • Punjabi (India)

  • Quechua (Bolivia)

  • Quechua (Ecuador)

  • Quechua (Peru)

  • Romanian (Moldova)

  • Romanian (Romania)

  • Romansh (Switzerland)

  • Russian (Russia)

  • Sami, Inari (Finland)

  • Sami, Lule (Norway)

  • Sami, Lule (Sweden)

  • Sami, Northern (Norway)

  • Sami, Northern (Sweden)

  • Sami, Skilt (Finland)

  • Sami, Southern (Norway)

  • Sami, Southern (Sweden)

  • Sanskrit (India)

  • Scottish Gaelic (United Kindgdom)

  • Serbian (Cyrillic, Bosnia and Herzegovina)

  • Serbian (Cyrillic, Montenegro)

  • Serbian (Cyrillic, Serbia and Montenegro (Former))

  • Serbian (Cyrillic, Serbia)

  • Serbian (Latin, Bosnia and Herzegovina)

  • Serbian (Latin, Montenegro)

  • Serbian (Latin, Serbia and Montenegro (Former))

  • Serbian (Latin, Serbia)

  • Sesotho sa Leboa (South Africa)

  • Setswana (Botswana)

  • Serswana (South Africa)

  • Shona

  • Shona (Latin)

  • Shona (Latin, Zimbawe)

  • Sindhi (Pakistan)

  • Sinhala (Sri Lanka)

  • Slovak (Slovakia)

  • Slovenian (Slovenian)

  • Somali

  • Somali (Somalia)

  • Southern Sotho

  • Southern Sotho (South Africa)

  • Spanish (Argentina)

  • Spanish (Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela)

  • Spanish (Bolivia)

  • Spanish (Chile)

  • Spanish (Colombia)

 

 

  • Spanish (Costa Rica)

  • Spanish (Dominican Republic)

  • Spanish (Ecuador)

  • Spanish (El Salvador)

  • Spanish (Guatemala)

  • Spanish (Honduras)

  • Spanish (Latin America)*

  • Spanish (Latin America) deprecated**

  • Spanish (Mexico)

  • Spanish (Nicaragua)

  • Spanish (Panama)

  • Spanish (Paraguay)

  • Spanish (Peru)

  • Spanish (Puerto Rico)

  • Spanish (Spain, International)

  • Spanish (United States)

  • Spanish (Uruguay)

  • Standard Morrocam Tamazight

  • Standard Morrocam Tamazight (Tifnagh)

  • Standard Morrocam Tamazight (Tifnagh, Morocco)

  • Swedish (Finland)

  • Swedish (Sweden)

  • Syriac (Syria)
  • Tajik (Cyrillic, Takikistan)
  • Tamazight (Latin, Algeria)

  • Tamil (India)

  • Tatar (Russia)

  • Telugu (India)

  • Thai (Thailand)

  • Tibetan (PRC)

  • Tigrinya (Eritrea)

  • Tigrinya (Ethiopia)

  • Tsonga

  • Tsonga (South Africa)

  • Turkish (Turkey)

  • Turkmen (Turkmenistan)

  • Ukrainian (Ukraine)

  • Upper Sorbian (Germany)

  • Urdu (India)

  • Urdu (Islamic Republic of Pakistan)

  • Uyghur (PRC)

  • Uzbek (Cyrillic, Uzbekistan)

  • Valencian (Spain)

  • Vietnamese (Vietnam)

  • Welsh (United Kingdom)

  • Wolof (Senegal)

  • Yakut (Russia)

  • Yi (PRC)

  • Yoruba (Nigeria)

 

 

 

 

 

Language support in Studio Professional/Starter/Freelance

Studio Professional enables you to create and work with projects in any of the languages above. However, with the Starter or Freelance version of Studio, you can only work with five languages at a time. This is because freelance translators do not usually specialize in more than five languages. You choose your five languages when you first install Studio. To change your language selection at a later point, return the license, uninstall and reinstall Studio then activate your license again. This will take you back to the Language Choice page of the SDL Trados Studio Setup wizard.

NOTE

If any of your five chosen languages have available language variants, Studio also enables its regional variants. For example, for Italian (Italy), Studio adds an extra language to your list: Italian (Switzerland).

 

* Spanish (Latin America), language code es-419, is available starting with Windows 8 or Windows 2012 Server operating systems.

** Spanish (Latin America), language code x-es-XL, is a sub-language created by SDL to compensate for the fact that Microsoft was not supporting this sub-language before Windows 8 or Windows 2012 Server. This is now deprecated. However, you can still use this deprecated sub-language if you are working on an older operating system, or to ensure compatibility with projects that already use it.

 

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