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Translation Services Arabic ↔ English
For exceptional Arabic translation services, look no further than ETS Translations. As is one of the fastest growing Arabic translation companies we specialise in English <> Arabic translations in the fields of science and technology, law and international trade. In addition to these areas of activity, we also work in the classic field of official document translation with notarisation. Just send us your documents by email for a free offer or allow our Customer Support to advise you.
Arabic Translation Company for Certified Translations
The certified Arabic to English translators of our translation company provide document translation services in all subject areas. Are you looking for a certified translation Arabic to English of an official document such as a school leaving certificate, university degree, birth certificate, marriage certificate, drivers' license, resume (CV), reference letter or a divorce decree? Do you need a legal translation into Arabic of a contract, patent, rental agreement, business report, financial statement or a sales contract? Or are you searching for technical translation services from English to Arabic of an instruction manual, operating instruction, brochure, product catalogue, leaflet, a technical guide or a handbook? Our Arabic translators also translate medical documents such as of clinical studies, pharmaceutics, medical technology, websites or medical reserach papers such as doctoral thesis (PHD). In short, if you would like to translate a technical, medical, legal or an official document by one of our Arabic translators, simply contact our translation management team.
Official Arabic translators
The language of our official Arabic translators is a Semitic language that emerged in the 1st to 4th centuries CE. The individual Arabic dialects in the different countries sometimes differ greatly from each other, albeit mostly only in their pronunciation, and are not understandable to each other, or only with difficulty, given the geographical distance involved. For example, Algerian films shot in the local dialect are sometimes subtitled in Modern Standard Arabic when they are broadcast in the Gulf States. The Arabic language comprises a multitude of different language forms that have been spoken in the last one and a half millennia. Maltese is closely related to the Maghreb-Arab dialects, but unlike the other spoken forms of Arabic, it has become a standard language in its own right.
Arabic translators for technical, medical and legal documents
Variants of Arabic are spoken by about 370 million people, making them the sixth most widely used Arabic in the world. It is the official language in the following countries: Algeria, Bahrain, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Qatar, Comoros, Lebanon, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Chad, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Western Sahara, Iraq, Yemen, Djibouti, Yemen and Kuwait. It is used in Eritrea, Zanzibar (Tanzania), Southern Sudan, is spoken by Muslim populations in Ethiopia and is gaining importance in the Maldives. It is also one of the six official languages of the United Nations.
Arabic translation services with personal advice on site
Our sworn, technical, medical and legal Arabic translators, Arabic interpreters and proofreaders can be found in over 100 locations: London, Edinburgh, Hong Kong, Glasgow, Birmingham or Brussels and many more.