Amazon Translate is a neural machine translation service that delivers fast, high-quality, affordable, and customizable language translation. This post shows how you can mask profane words and phrases with a grawlix string (“?$#@$”).
Amazon Translate typically chooses clean words for your translation output. But in some situations, you want to prevent words that are commonly considered as profane terms from appearing in the translated output. For example, when you’re translating video captions or subtitle content, or enabling in-game chat, and you want the translated content to be age appropriate and clear of any profanity, Amazon Translate allows you to mask the profane words and phrases using the profanity masking setting. You can apply profanity masking to both real-time translation or asynchronous batch processing in Amazon Translate. When using Amazon Translate with profanity masking enabled, the five-character sequence ?$#@$ is used to mask each profane word or phrase, regardless of the

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