If you just imported the latest words, created a new language file or want to modify some of the words to better suit your website click the “manage translation” button next to your chosen language.
If the chosen language is different from your browser default language you might get a pop-up asking you if you want google to translate the page for you. Obviously you do not want that so you can safely decline the offer.
You will see something similar to the following.
This will take you back to the list of different language files where you can click the “commit new translation” button to generate the actual translations file the website will use.
Once the translation file has been successfully created and you refreshed this page, the number of “new words” will be rest to “0” as an indication the procedure was successful.
Once again click the “Manage Translation” button next to your chosen language. You will now see the checkmark in the “My Edit” field next to your own translated/updated words.
Repeat the steps above to update more words until you happy with the translation. Remember to check your website with the new words in place. Take the time to check the layout on a mobile device as well to ensure your new words/sentences are not to long and messes with the layout of the page.