When you pass in a vector consisting of an English or Chinese words, this function will calls the Youdao translation open API for R to return the corresponding type of Chinese or English representation. Compare to translate function, this function can get more useful translation information.

translate_full(x)

Arguments

x

A vector made up of English or Chinese words

Value

A list made up of Chinese or English words

Examples


# Example-1
translate_full("apple")
#> $phonetic
#> [1] "ˈæpl"
#> 
#> $explains
#> [1] "n. 苹果"
#> 
#> $web
#> [1] "苹果"     "苹果公司" "苹果电脑" "苹果汁"  
#> 

# Example-2
x <- c("apple", "banana", "pear", "I love you")
translate_full(x)
#> $phonetic
#> [1] "ˈæpl"
#> 
#> $explains
#> [1] "n. 苹果"
#> 
#> $web
#> [1] "苹果"     "苹果公司" "苹果电脑" "苹果汁"  
#> 
#> $phonetic
#> [1] "bəˈnænə"
#> 
#> $explains
#> [1] "n. 香蕉;喜剧演员"           "n. (Banana)巴纳纳(姓氏)"
#> 
#> $web
#> [1] "喷鼻蕉"     "芭蕉属植物" "香蕉皮"    
#> 
#> $phonetic
#> [1] "per"
#> 
#> $explains
#> [1] "n. 梨,梨树"                       "【名】 (Pear)(英)皮尔(人名)"
#> 
#> $web
#> [1] "梨"   "梨子" "鸭梨" "梨树"
#> 
#> $phonetic
#> [1] ""
#> 
#> $explains
#> [1] "我爱你。"
#> 
#> $web
#> [1] "我爱你"   "爱老虎油" "王若琳"   "爱很简单"
#>