Your Arabic translation service providerOur quality assurance procedures for Arabic language translation are the strictest in the industry, and we only work with in-country Arabic translators who have at least five years professional experience and who are experts in the field you require.
Whether you need a translation of a legal contract, a technical document, a website, software or a birth certificate, we have the right Arabic translator for you.
We work with more than 5,500 linguists in 68 countries working between over 2,000 language combinations.
Expansion into Arabic markets
Arabic ranks fifth in the world’s league table of languages, with around 350 million native speakers. It is the official language of 25 countries, including Jordan, Israel, Saudi Arabia and the Sudan.
In contrast to most Western writing systems, the Arabic alphabet is written and read from right to left and is cursive in both handwriting and print. It is therefore of vital importance that your Arabic translation is handled by a native translator with a wealth of translation experience in your subject area.
Arabic desktop publishing
If your documents require any kind of design, we have Arabic translators who also specialise in desktop publishing. They can work to your specifications and incorporate the translated Arabic text into a finished piece of artwork.
It is vital that Arabic desktop publishing is done by a native speaking professional to make sure that your translated text is inserted in the correct places and is displayed as it should be.
Veritas can provide Arabic translations of any general or technical document, no matter how large or small or to which time scale.
For further information you can also check out our translation services information page which will give you some more information.
Language family Central Semitic
Related languages Hebrew, Aramaic, Ugaritic, Phoenician
Number of global speakers 350 million native speakers, the official language of 25 countries
It is the official language of 25 countries, including Jordan, Israel, Saudi Arabia, and the Sudan. Arabic is the language of Islam, and Muslims believe that the words that later gave rise to the Quran were spoken by Allah to Muhammad in Arabic.
In contrast to most Western writing systems, the Arabic alphabet is written and read from right to left and is cursive in both handwriting and print.
This means that each letter is connected to the next, and each letter can have up to four forms, depending on its neighbour.
For more information about our professional Arabic translation services contact our team :
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We offer a free consultation service so we can support you and offer you professional advice. After all, when you achieve your goal, you will come back to us for more!
Whether you need a translation or interpreting quote, we are looking forward to hear from you.