The Internet has provided us with some useful tools for translations. You may use the translator found here here or select another from the table of translators and dictionaries near the bottom of this page. For the sake of clarification, translators will make an attempt at interpreting a word, phrase, sentence or paragraph into the word(s) of the language you choose. Some will even attempt to interpret whole pages of text or a website's page. Dictionaries will normally attempt to provide words and phrases and their meanings when trying to locate alternate language's counterpart word.
Always remember that a word WILL NOT necessarily have a single counterpart word in another language. Thus, you may be supplied with a phrase (or multiple phrases) with your translation results. There is no substitute for a human interpreter as context and grammar are difficult to "automate". Translation tools, at best, can provide only generalized translations which can be far from accurate.
If you are trying to construct a letter or other text with any translator, it is
prudent to take the output of your translated passage and run it through the translator in
the reverse fashion. You will most often find that what you provided in English does
not re-interpret exactly, many times completely altering your intended message or text.