This page details translation services from English to Chinese. For a list of all translation languages offered, please see: translation languages.
Here we will present to you the various types of English to Chinese translations carried out by Edinburgh Translation. You can be guaranteed that the finished product will be of the highest quality, what with our university-qualified translators and experienced project managers who are always ready to discuss your specific translation requirements with you. If you feel the areas and translation types listed below do not match your needs, do not hesitate to contact Edinburgh Translation and we will find a solution for your translation. If you require translation in a language pair other than English to Chinese feel free to get in touch also.
Standard English to Chinese Translations
Standard translation is any simple text that requires no specialisation or any additional glossaries. For standard English to Chinese translation services in Edinburgh, or in the United Kingdom, please email through your documents (preferably in text format, such as Microsoft Word) to our team and we will revert with a quotation immediately.Chinese Translation Edinburgh
English to Chinese Rush Translations
Rush translations from English to Chinese is a service that Edinburgh Translation is very pleased to offer. As we have professional translators at our disposal internationally, 7 days a week, it is often possible to perform the impossible and have translations completed at break-neck speed. There are premiums to pay for urgent translations, but no matter how rushed your job, we should be able to provide your English to Chinese translation in time.Chinese Translation Edinburgh
Specialised English to Chinese Translations
Specialised translations are performed by translators with a specific area of expertise relating to an industry or subject matter. A few examples of specialised translations from English to Chinese are as follows:
- English user manuals of computers or other technological devices translated into Chinese
- the translation of a physics-related thesis in English translated into Chinese for a university student
- pharmaceutical or medical-related instructions from English into Chinese
- the translation of a book written in English explaining do it yourself plumbing
English to Chinese Technical Translations
Technical translations are identical to specialised translations and are also performed by qualified English to Chinese translators with a specific area of expertise relating to an industry or subject matter. Technical translations from English to Chinese are one of Edinburgh Translation's specialties.Chinese Translation Edinburgh
English to Chinese Website Translations
Website translation (otherwise known as 'Website Localisation' involves taking an existing or new website and translating all content from English to Chinese and possibly additional languages as well. To perform a complete website localisation project, many different individuals need to work together as a team to deliver a finished product. Our own in-house I.T. department liaises with the translators from each language to ensure proper web-based typesetting and image edits per language.Chinese Translation Edinburgh
English to Chinese Certified Translations
Certified translations involve the use of a specially qualified translator that has been registered with the government and/or court of a particular country (representative of the language they are translating into). English to Chinese certified translations are often marginally more expensive than standard translation, but this depends largely on the volume and type of document being translated. In order to provide a quotation for certified translation, please scan your document (both sides) and ensure that all text (and stamps or markings) are legible and email them through to us.Chinese Translation Edinburgh
English to Chinese Legal Translations
There are two types of legal translations. Those that are normal translations using legal language, such as property purchase contracts to be translated from English to Chinese, rental agreements, etc... that are not to be used in court, generally for informative purposes only. These are classed as specialised or technical translations due to the specific type of content. If the texts need to be presented to a court, government, or any official body, then the legal translation required would likely be a sworn (or certified) translation and the translation from English to Chinese must be performed by a registered, official translator.Chinese Translation Edinburgh
Note that Edinburgh Translation also provides all services from Chinese to English.