- Original, v.1.1: English
- Translations, v.1.1: العربية • български • català • čeština • Deutsch • Ελληνικά • Esperanto • español • فارسی • français • galego • hrvatski • italiano • 한국어 • македонски • मराठी • norsk bokmål • Nederlands • norsk nynorsk • polski • português • română • русский • slovenčina • slovenščina • svenska • Tiếng Việt
- Translations, v.1.0 (update/review pending): suomi
- More in progress
Translations of the Definition of Free Cultural Works are coordinated here. Translations will be approved by moderators before they are linked from the official definition. Please help us translate the definition into every language in the world!
To get started, please edit this page and add a link to your language if it doesn't exist, in the format of the existing ones below:
- Definition/Ar - Arabic
- Definition/Zh - Chinese
- Definition/Zh-TW - Traditional Chinese
- Definition/Da - Danish
- Definition/Eu - Basque (translating)
- Definition/En - English original
- Definition/Et - Estonian
- Definition/Fi - Finnish (translation done, needs proofreading, copyediting etc.)
- Definition/Fr - French
- Definition/De - German (translation done, needs proofreading, copyediting etc.)
- Definition/It - Italian (translation and proofreading done)
- Definition/Ko - Korean
- Definition/Nb - Norwegian (Bokmål)
- Definition/Nl - Dutch
- Definition/Mk - Macedonian (translation and proofreading done)
- Definition/Pl - Polish (translation and proofreading done)
- Definition/Pt - Portuguese
- Definition/Ru - Russian
- Definition/Es - Spanish
- Definition/Sv - Swedish (status: translated, copyedited, needs adjustment on special words and terms)
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