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Translation Services German ↔ English
For exceptional German translation services, look no further than Panorama Languages. As is one of the fastest growing German translation companies we specialise in English <> German 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 Service department to advise you.
German Translation Company for Certified Translations
The certified German to English translators of our translation company provide document translation services in all subject areas. Are you looking for a certified translation German 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 German 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 German of an instruction manual, operating instruction, brochure, product catalogue, leaflet, a technical guide or a handbook? Our German 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 German translators, simply contact our translation management team.
Official German translators
The language of our official German translators is the most frequently native language in the European Union and a significant regional language. It is spoken in the German regions, including Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Eastern Belgium, Southern Tyrol and the Alsace and Lorraine regions in France. Aside from this, German is a minority language in several countries inside and outside of Europe and the national language of Namibia. German is considered one of the ten most important languages in the world.
German translators for technical, medical and legal documents
German translations of technical, medical, legal and certified documents is one of our core competencies. In Europe, Germany is leading in many scientific fields, such as environmental research. Many scientific articles are published in German; and almost half of all the pharmaceuticals used in the U.S. come from Germany or Switzerland.
There are many words with German origin that are commonly used in American English: kindergarten; pretzel; lager (beer); sauerkraut; hamburger; iceberg (‘Eisberg’), etc. At the same time, many American-English terms and phrases, such as t-shirt, meeting, cool, brunch, have become increasingly popular in German speaking countries as well; advertisements are often designed completely in English, and new English-sounding words are created for the German market, even if they don’t exist in English. For example, in Germany the official word for cell phone is ‘Handy’ – a term that doesn’t exist as a noun in English. This incorporation and absorption of English terms and concepts into the German language lead to the creation of the term ‘Denglish’ (Deutsch + English).
German translation services with personal advice on site
Our certified, medical, technical and legal German translators, German interpreters and proofreaders can be found in over 100 locations, including Brussels, Edinburgh, Hong Kong, Berlin, Glasgow or Leeds, Munich, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Leipzig, New York, San Francisco, Melbourne, Stuttgart, Zurich or Vienna.