Google Chrome has a built-in interpreter that works similar to Google Translate service on the Internet. To activate the page translator, you'll need to first enable the appropriate option in your browser settings. To do this, click on the menu button in the upper right corner of the app screen. In the list of options, select "Settings".
Scroll the page to the bottom, then click on the link "Show advanced settings". Go down to "Languages" section and check the box next to "Offer to translate pages". To configure the selected option, click "customize languages and input methods".
In the list that appears choose the most convenient option. You can tick "Always translate on Russian" to pages in a foreign language have been translated automatically. You can also specify the languages that you know, clicking on the "Never translate" and configuring the appropriate settings.
Now when visiting a particular online resource, the program will ask you if you need to translate foreign words in the document. From the options you can choose the appropriate options or to abandon operations on the text page. If the Chrome panel is inactive, you can also transfer desired page. To do this you will simply need to click the right mouse button on a free area of the page and select "Translate to Russian".
For other browsers there are also apps to activate the translator. So, you can put an electronic dictionary or Multilex, ABBYY Lingvo, and then enable in the program settings display to display values of foreign words on a page.
Intuitive browser extension may be Leprevost created by the authors of the popular program for learning languages online. To activate it and install go to Lingua Leo and select your browser, and then download and install the extension using the on-screen prompts.