If you reach a page that is not in your preferred language in the Google Chrome browser, Google Translate service built-into Chrome with automatic translation asks the user whether the browser needs to translate the page into English and offers specific options for that site and language. Recently Google has changed the UI for the Translate bubble in the Chrome browser on Windows to the tabbed version with Google Translate branding. ICYDK, Chrome has been using this interface for the translate bubble on Android and iOS for some time for now.
If you’re using the latest Chrome 80.0.3987.149 on Windows or Linux or Mac and if you now visit a foreign language page, the Google Translate icon on the right end of the address bar now shows the bubble in a tabbed interface without the Translate button.
Here, you need to click on the English tab for Chrome to translate the page. The bubble UI offers other translation options for site and language under the vertical three-dot icon, where you can select any option according to your convenience from these: Choose another language to translate the page, Always/Never translate this language, Never translate this site and the Page is not the in the language Google Translate detected.
Here is how the old translate bubble UI looks like in Chrome. You can revert to old translate UI if you want by selecting the disable option for the “Select which UI to use for translate bubble” flag in chrome://flags page, be warned, this flag may vanish soon.
In the earlier versions of Chrome, Google used an info bar for the translation prompt, Chrome has switched to bubble UI for the same some time back.