Multilingual assistance for overseas

Below we summarise some of the main languages in which we carry out translation projects.

Translations in:

A

albanese
albanian
arabic
azerbaijani

B

basque
belorussian
bengali
bulgarian

 

C

cambodian
cantonese
catalan
chinese
croatian
czech

D

danish
dutch

E

english
estonian

F

filipino
finnish
flemmish
french

G

georgian
german
greek
gujarati

H

hebrew
hindi
hungarian

I

indonesian
icelandic
italian

J

japanese

K

kazakh
korean
kurdish

L

latvian
lithuanian

M

macedonian
malayan
maltese
marathi
moldavian

N

norwegian

P

persian
polish
portuguese
punjabi

R

romanian
russian

S

singhalese
slovakian
slovenian
somalian

spanish
swedish

T

tamil
thai
telugu
tigre
turkish

U

ukrainian
urdu
uzbeko

V

vietnamese

W

wu

Further Information:

  • English: American, British, Australian… Which one? Translating a language with many local variants. Why isn’t English an easy language to translate into?
  • German: a highly technical language where precision in translation makes all the difference.
  • Italian : our linguistic speciality, assisting large-scale engineering and metalworking firms.
  • Chinese : a universe to be discovered with risks and opportunities not to be underestimated. The reasons for our introduction of pre-eminent Chinese researchers into our workforce.
  • Japanese: localising your texts to one of the biggest international markets. Here are the secrets behind one of the most complex of oriental languages.
  • French: tackling technical and legal translation in French while respecting the linguistic purity that is so appreciated by that culture.
  • Spanish: the enormous linguistic differences between European Spanish and South American Spanish. Localising and globalising your translation according to the target market.
  • Portuguese: one of the least considered translation languages, but one of the most demanding markets. The advantages of terminological uniformity in Portuguese translation.
  • Russian: suggestions and possibilities for translation and localisation into Russian, Ukrainian, Belorussian, and other languages of post-Soviet states.
  • Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish: three Nordic languages offering a promising future to your business due to our high-profile translators.
  • Dutch, Flemish or Netherlandic? We reveal the differences between them, paying particular attention to translation for the mechanical industry, and to the cultural identities these languages give voice to.
  • Arabic: the numerous linguistic differences between local varieties often mean that an Egyptian reader may find the writings of a Tunisian barely incomprehensible.
  • The Balkan and East European Languages: linguistic oddities and socio-cultural complexities in East European countries.
  • Hindi: from technical translations to localisation services, the importance of one of the most spoken languages in the world.
  • Greek: not only a language, but a pillar for the cradle of mediterranean culture.
  • Hebrew: the importance of technical translations for the development if induastrial sectors in Israel.
  • Korean: the impact of American English on South Korean “loan words” and de advent of Konglish.

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