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Top-quality translation is hard work

Translating requires proficiency on many levels, and a translator must often transfer from the source language into the target language not only the meaning and message of a text but also its emotional charge.

What makes a good translator

Translators must possess excellent knowledge of both relevant languages, cultures and subject areas. Add to this a keen sense of expression, the ability to differentiate between subtle nuances in meaning and an inherent sense of precision, and we are very near the definition of a good, professional translator.

So it is expertise, work experience, great insight, eagerness to learn, a sense of committment and responsibility that set professional translators apart from untrained, would-be linguists.

High quality is no coincidence

In the translation process we draw the knowledge and terminology from reliable and proven printed and online resources.

If additional clarification on a given topic is needed, we always consult the client and experts working in the subject area in question – we leave nothing to chance.

To ensure a consistent use of terminology and style, lower rates and faster turnaroud, we use a variety of CAT tools.

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