We Offer Over 120 Language Translation in UAE and Globally
Below given list is arranged alphabetically.
950+ Language Pairs
With a global language offer in more than 950+ language pairs, Express Translation Services can reach all of your audiences worldwide. With the aid of competent translation performed by professionals, communicating your meaning is now simpler. These are our most popular language pairs, together with a broad range of sectoral industry knowledge for your company: With a global language offering of more than 950+ language pairs, Express can reach all of your audiences worldwide. With the aid of competent translation performed by professionals, communicating your meaning is now simpler. These are our most popular language pairs, together with a broad range of sectoral industry knowledge for your company:
Secure and compliant Language Translation Services
Your information will always be secure and kept private with Express Translation Services. To keep your information confidential for all of our interpreting services, we use authority approved equipments for our project managers and translators. Additionally, we use end-to-end encryption when you email us documents or use one of our interpreting services on the platforms of your choice.
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The process of converting a piece of text or an entire document from one language into another is commonly referred to as language translation. While the original language is known as the “source language”, the language into which it is transformed is the “target language”.
The number of languages in use now exceeds 7000. The language with the most native speakers, Chinese, has 13 variants, whereas Arabic has 20, indicating the variety of nations and cultures in which it is spoken.
Even if there are many distinct languages spoken in the world outside of the internet, they convey a different tale. English was thought to make up 80% of all web material in the middle of the 1990s. With estimates that 80% of online content is only available in one of ten languages—English, Chinese, Spanish, Japanese, Arabic, Portuguese, German, French, Russian, and Korean—a small number of languages continue to dominate.