Translation Hebrew – English

Translation Hebrew - English
Translation services according to ISO 17100
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Our Hebrew Translators
Our team includes 55 Hebrew translators covering 48 language pairs and numerous specialist areas for technical, medical or legal translations.
Certified Translations
In addition to Hebrew translation services for our business customers and institutions, we also provide certified translations of official documents for private clients.
Quality warranty
Our proofreading and translation services are carried out by certified Hebrew translators and according to the international DIN EN ISO 17100 guideline.

 

We are professionals
We are a team of highly trained managers with support teams of skillful linguists, artists, and engineers. We're not bilingual or multi-lingual; we are language craftsmen.
We work alongside you
We walk the talk. From pricing through a finished translation, we perform all our work using quality processes. What's more… we have ISO certification to back it up.
We care about getting it right
Your success is our success. By serving all of your translation needs, we hope to help you succeed overseas. If you're happy, tell a friend; if not, tell us so we can get it right.

 

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Hebrew Translation Services

Panorama Languages offers Hebrew translation services with guaranteed quality. The translation of official documents, patents, brochures, contracts and product presentations represent just a partial cross-section of our technical repertoire. Legal security and articulation of the translated materials and documents appropriate for the target group are the evaluation criteria by which you can measure our performance. Other characteristics of our translation agency include professional, individual project support and transparent business terms and conditions, which will allow your project to be a success. Feel free to contact our Customer Service department and ask for an offer free of charge.

Certified Translation Hebrew - English

The certified Hebrew to English translators of our translation company provide document translation services in all subject areas. Are you looking for a certified translation Hebrew 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 Hebrew 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 Hebrew of an instruction manual, operating instruction, brochure, product catalogue, leaflet, a technical guide or a handbook? Our Hebrew 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 Hebrew translators, simply contact our translation management team.

 

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Official Hebrew translators

The Language of our Hebrew translators is the official language of the state of Israel as well as the liturgical language of Judaism. It is written horizontally from right to left.The earliest known writing in Hebrew dates from the 11th century BC. Hebrew was spoken in daily life until about the 4th century AD, when it was replaced by Aramaic. At that point, it was used mainly for religious celebrations. However, beginning in the mid 19th century, Hebrew began to make a comeback as a secular language. Modern Israeli Hebrew has borrowed many words from Aramaic, Yiddish, German, Ladino, Arabic, English and other languages. Hebrew has 22 consonants, as well as final letters and diacritical markings. The letters kaf, mem, nun, fe, and tzadi have a special form which is used when they appear at the end of a word. There are three long vowels, alef, vav, and yod. Short vowels, expressed as diacritics, are usually used only in the Bible, in poetry, and in books for young children and foreign learners.

Hebrew translators for technical, medical and legal documents

Hebrew translations of technical, medical, legal and certified documents is one of our core competencies. Common Translation and Localization Issues with Hebrew are the following:

  • English texts usually shrink by approximately 25% when translated to Hebrew.
  • Not all applications support Hebrew text and great care must be taken when using Hebrew in complex layouts. Some applications use different encodings, which complicates data transfer from one application/OS to another. Due to encoding/font difficulties and the bi-directional nature of Hebrew, simple operations, such as copying, pasting or printing, can become a nightmare for a novice.
  • Displaying Hebrew text in applications that don’t support it is virtually impossible. Specialized expertise and techniques are required. Typically, applications localized specifically for use with Hebrew must be used.
  • There are certain hyphenation and line breaking rules that have to be followed. Although in most cases the rules are straightforward, some words can pose serious difficulties if your desktop publishing/word processing department does not have the
    right expertise.
  • For typesetting, a Hebrew keyboard (onscreen or a separate keyboard) is necessary, unless the person typesetting can do it using a blind method. Before starting to typeset, Hebrew support must be installed and activated. A Hebrew keyboard layout can be viewed on the Microsoft website.
  • Multilingual web pages containing Hebrew raise display problems in addition to input problems. Newer browsers have built-in support for bi-directional languages, enabling the text to flow correctly from right to left. However, older browsers may not have any support and will garble the Hebrew text. Be sure all Hebrew support is installed before trying to browse Hebrew language pages.
  • Desktop publishing applications will need to support bi-directional text (not just right-to-left), in order to support Hebrew. Hebrew will typically contain a mix of right-to-left and
    left-to-right text flow. Lack of support for this feature will disrupt the grammar and cause misspellings.
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    Hebrew translation services with personal advice on site

    Our sworn, technical, medical and legal Hebrew translators, Hebrew interpreters and proofreaders can be found in over 100 locations, including London, Berlin, Hong Kong, Liverpool, Glasgow or Brussels, Los Angeles, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem or Melbourne.