Nice Translator is the newest addition to this list. One way it stands out is by translating into your chosen language as you write it. Most other similar sites require you to input everything and click “enter” before it begins to translate.
The Oddcast Translator is different from the others in two ways — it provides audio as well as text translation, and you could only use it a few times for free before it requires to purchase the program.
The ESL Reader and the amazing Lingro operate with the same perspective. Once you either copy and paste words (The ESL Reader) or input a url address (Lingro), then all the words become “clickable.” Once you click on a word, you see the the meaning of the word in the language of your choice — English or in a student’s native language.