Twitter on Monday added beta support for three more languages — Basque, Czech, and Greek.
With the latest additions, the microblogging service is now available in a total of 33 different languages. Twitter users can head over to their account settings to change their language.
"We'd like to thank you, our dedicated translators, who made this launch happen by requesting and supporting Twitter in your language," Twitter wrote in a blog post Monday. "You are the ones who help us get closer to making Twitter available around the world."
Twitter last year launched Translation Center, a crowd-sourced effort to make more languages available in its 140-character format. It taps into a volunteer force of about 350,000 people around the world, and it's currently looking for translators for more than 30 languages.
Monday's newly added languages were among the most requested since Twitter launched Translation Center. The company in July added support for Catalan and Ukrainian, two other highly requested languages.
Back in March, Twitter launched in Arabic, Farsi, Hebrew, and Urdu, marking the first time the micro-blogging service offered right-to-left languages.
Twitter started adding foreign languages in April 2008, when it launched in Japanese. It followed with Spanish and French in November 2009. Last year, Twitter continued these efforts, adding Russian and Turkish in April; Dutch and Indonesian in August; then Chinese, Hindi, Filipino, and Malay in September.
If your native tongue isn't supported on Twitter, you can file a language request with the company. Twitter said it will soon be opening up Translation Center to translators of "nearly all" languages.