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How does beamer translate keywords, such as "Theorem", to non-English languages?

I guess what happens is that behind the scenes class options are automatically appended to the option list of all the packages loaded in the preamble. Therefore, in particular, if german is passed as ...
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Translation of text into another language

Here is a proof of concept. The idea is: surround parts of the document that you want to translate with \begin{translate} and \end{translate} collect the contents of this environment in a file escape ...
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translator vs. translations

Expandable commands work also in bookmarks. And to avoid the \expandafter you can simply define your own wrapper command (I use \ExpandArgs which is new in LaTeX, but \expandafter would work too). \...
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How to add and use Arabic dictionary translation for theorem, example,

If you have already created the dictionaries translator-theorem-dictionary-Arabic.dict, etc., in some directory your TeX engine searches, you need to add the line \uselanguage{Arabic} to your ...
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Translator package not working with polyglossia

You need to tell translator which languages you are using as package options, for example \usepackage[swedish,english]{translator}. Moreover, the list of predefined translations is very small (see ...
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