Polish Translation

Polish Translation

Our specialist Polish translators are the best around, providing proven sector-specific insight and expert linguistic talent.

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Expert Polish Translation & Business Interpretation

Here at Global Voices, we know how crucial accurate translation is to our clients. It’s for this reason we work with native Polish speakers to ensure you get the highest quality translations and interpretations, from linguists who won’t just translate content word-for-word. Our translators ensure that every document makes complete sense and effectively communicates your message to your audience.

We are dedicated to offering an outstanding service to every single client, which is why our translators have at least three years’ experience working in the language industry. Our Polish translation service is peerless, with every team member enjoying holding experience in their chosen industries. This ensures that any content using sector-specific terminology is translated accurately.

Using mother tongue Polish speakers for each client guarantees that every translation is localised. This makes sure they are totally accurate, so that the chances of miscommunication are minimal, something which can be highly detrimental for businesses. We also offer Polish interpretation services.

Why Your Business Needs A Polish Translation Service

Poland is one of the fastest developing countries in Europe, and has a domestic market of around 38 million consumers. Lying at the crossroads of European trade and transport routes, and with an economy that has enjoyed uninterrupted growth since 1992, Poland is a nation rife with business opportunities.

Polish is Poland’s primary language, and is spoken by over 40 million people worldwide, with huge Polish-speaking contingents in nations such as Germany, Lithuania and Israel. As the second most spoken Slavic language behind Russian, Polish offers a gateway for businesses into the Slavic region. Localisation is imperative for organisations wanting to use Polish, however, due to the language’s different dialects. This ensures the correct Polish phrases are used for your audience. Whether you’re looking to have your website, legal, technical or financial documents translated for prospective Polish customers, our expert translation team will ensure your content is translated accurately, and in the right tone of voice.

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FAQs

Where does the Polish language originate from?

The Polish language has its roots in the Slavic group of over 20 different languages, including Russian and Bulgarian. The language underwent significant changes in the 9th century, starting the period of ‘Old Polish’. Over the next six centuries, various cultural, political and religious influences moulded the language into the one that’s spoken today.

How many words does Polish have?

Polish has an estimated 200,000 words in total, roughly 30,000 more than English. Around a quarter of these are close to the sound and pronunciation of their Slavic influences, whilst about a third are foreign adoptions of some type.

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Global Voices’ services can be used on an ad hoc basis or you can choose one of our contracted offers to suit your business requirements. Our contracted offers come with a tailor-made pricing structure to provide the ideal solution to your needs.

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