English to German Translation

The English to German translation professionals

Looking for an outstanding and intelligently priced German to English or English to German translation?

Welcome to Translating-Interpreting.co.uk - your new German translation providers.

The Translating-Interpreting.co.uk team team of veteran German translators have been dealing with multinational companies for years. Our experience and know-how ensures we will take care of all your German translation needs, offering you a no-nonsense one-stop translation solution.

Our German translators are at the apex of their industry and strive for customer satisfaction. We guarantee you will receive your top-notch German translation how you want it and when you want it.

A-Z English to German translation services

We provide our clients with both English to German translations and German to English. Note that a translator will always translate into their native tongue - so a German speaker will translate into German and an English speaker will translate into English. This ensures the highest quality work.

Our translators deal on a daily basis with a variety of materials including letters, brochures, handbooks, articles, manuals, guides, legal texts, novels and much more. All translators specialise in one or more specialist fields allowing us the expertise to handle legal, engineering, marketing, business, IT and academic documents.

For those needing to communicate globally we offer Website Translation, Newsletter Translation and Email Translation services.

Simply stated, for all your German translation needs, Translating-Interpreting.co.uk are the company you can depend on. Don't delay; send your German translation our way.

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About German

German is the national language of Germany but is also widely spoken in Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, Denmark and Luxembourg.

There is a great variety of German dialects however 'Standard German' is considered the highest form. It developed from the chancery of Saxony, gaining acceptance as the written standard in the 16th and 17th centuries. It shares a lexical similarity of 60% with English and 29% with French.