English to German Translation Services
Why use our English to German
Local German translators
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English to German Translation Rates
Why should I invest in
German translation services?
Although Germany itself is a small country in the scheme of things, German is actually the most spoken language in the European Union. It is an official language in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, and Belgium. With 132 million people speaking German worldwide – 76 million of those claiming it as their mother tongue – investing in German translation to reach audiences in Europe and beyond is clearly a smart move.
If you do choose to translate your content to German – especially business content or press articles meant for a German audience – it is crucial to use a native translator who understands the cultural nuances necessary for addressing the German market. German speakers – especially within the country – are often more serious, especially when compared to audiences in, say, the United States. While they by no means entirely lack a sense of humor – though this is often the stereotype – it is very important in German culture to avoid risking any offensive language, so this is especially important to take into consideration for creative content – such as marketing – for a German audience. This is why we work with professional, native German translators who understand this nuance and know how best to translate for an audience in Germany, or whichever German-speaking market you choose.
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German Translation FAQ
We do our best to complete all translations in 1-2 business days. A more accurate time estimate based on your word count, language pair, and required expertise will be visible at checkout. If you need your project faster than the time we calculate for you, you can select the “Urgent Delivery” option at checkout or contact customer support to speed things up.
Aside from Germany, German – along with various forms of it – is spoken in Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, and Belgium. In Switzerland, though many people in the German parts of the country speak Swiss-German, they will still be able to understand German, so your German translations will be relevant there, too. Many other European countries have large German-speaking communities, though they are more concentrated.
All of our German translators have been certified to ensure they provide high-quality, accurate translations. If you’d like an extra layer of quality assurance, we suggest selecting a payment option that includes proofreading or editing by a second translator.
Of course! We have German translators who are experts in law, finance, marketing, gaming, and other areas who can work on your project. You can specifically request these experts when opening a translation project.