Professional Arabic Translation Services

Deliver your message to more than 422 million Arabic-speaking people and improve your international strategy, with our cost-effective, AI-supported, and high-quality Arabic translation services. We translate for you, so you can focus on the important stuff!

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Meet our Arabic Translators

Our broad network of highly qualified Arabic translators consists of both a team of internal translators and the freelancers we work with. Both internal and freelance translators are highly experienced linguists with an in-depth understanding of the translation requirements in various industries, a minimum of 5 years of translation experience, and a linguistic degree from a relevant academic institution.

All of our translators are carefully chosen and go through a rigorous onboarding process to ensure that we provide the highest possible quality services. Therefore, every single project will be handled by a translator who will meet all your requirements and deliver the best possible Arabic translation service. On top of that, we also have ISO 17100 and ISO 9001 certification, so we can guarantee top-quality translation services.

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The Taia platform is easy to use. The customer support and accessibility of the Taia team is excellent. The translations are of good quality and delivered as agreed. Technology offers affordable prices. Very satisfied.

Lana Švab, Marketing Specialist & Social Media Manager @Lifeclass Hotels and Spa
Arabic to English & English to Arabic Translation Services
You can select from a variety of language translation services, depending on the type of content and what you want to do with it. Our team is always there to guide you through the process and help you decide which professional service you might require to meet all your translation needs.

Arabic document translation

Arabic legal translation

Arabic website translation

Arabic software/app translation

Arabic marketing copy, advertisements and social media content

Arabic subtitle translation

We’ve been working with Taia for many years now. During this time we established a very pleasant business relationship. We can describe their work as fast, reliable, very professional, and high quality. They listen to their customers’ needs and always deliver as expected.

Aleša Mikuš, Product EHS&R Leader @3M East AG

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About the Arabic language

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Arabic is a Semitic language that first emerges in the 1st to 4th centuries CE and now serves as a lingua franca in the Arab world. There are currently 32 varieties of Arabic, including its standard form, Modern Standard Arabic, which is modernized Classical Arabic.
Modern Standard Arabic is now the official language of 26 states and 1 disputed territory, making it the most widely spread language after English and French. It is the religious language of 1.8 billion Muslims, and one of the six official languages of the United Nations. All varieties of Arabic are spoken by around 422 million speakers, making it the fifth most spoken language in the world.
Arabic-speaking countries have become major players in the global economy in the last few years, making the Arabic language highly lucrative for businesses around the world. Arabic is currently ranked as the 5th most important language on the Power Language Index.
Arabic is crucial for external global businesses that want to enter the Arabic market successfully and build long-lasting relationships with consumers and organizations. The preferred communication methods in Arabic-speaking countries are high context, which stands in contrast with many Western languages and makes it more difficult to successfully enter and communicate in the Arabic market. Therefore, only the most experienced translators with in-depth cultural knowledge will be able to put your message in the right context that will bring success.
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Fun Facts about the Arabic Language

  • Arabic is written with the Arabic alphabet, which is an abjad script and is written from right to left.
  • Arabic usually refers to Standard Arabic, which Western language experts divide into Classical and Modern Standard Arabic.
  • Due to the widespread distribution of Egyptian films and media, Egyptian Arabic is one of the most understood varieties of Arabic.
  • Classical Arabic is associated with the religion of Islam because the Quran was written in Arabic.
  • English has many Arabic loanwords. Examples of such words are admiral, adobe, alcohol, algebra, cotton, jar, artichoke, coffee, etc.
  • Arabic is usually classified as a Central Semitic language and is related to other Semitic subgroups such as Syriac, Hebrew, Aramaic, etc.

Quality Guarantee

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ISO 17100 defines the roles of the translator, their technical resources and the quality of service. It also outlines the best practices for translation companies to ensure communication between clients and the translator for all completed tasks.

 

ISO 9001 is the international standard for a quality management system (“QMS”), which defines a framework of effective work processes to be established within a company. As well as demonstrating continuous improvement, it illustrates a company’s ability to consistently provide products and services that meet the needs of its customers, as well as complying with regulatory requirements.

Find out more about ISO quality standard.

ISO 171000 Certification
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My name is Alenka and I can help you find the most suitable, efficient and cost-effective solutions for all your Arabic translation needs.

If you have any questions feel free to email me. I will be more than happy to help you!

Frequently asked questions

The terms are used to describe the differences in verbal and nonverbal communication among societies and cultures. High context refers to societies or groups where people have close long-lasting relationships, and use communication that focuses on underlying context, meaning, and tone in the message, and not just the word themselves.

Low context refers to societies where people don’t have such a long-lasting relationship due to specific reasons. In these societies, cultural behavior and beliefs may need to be spelled out explicitly for those coming from different environments. Low context communication minimizes the confusion about different social values, norms, and rules.

Arabic is the official language of over 20 countries and is spoken by more than 420 million people, making it the fifth most spoken language in the world. The economy of Arabic-speaking countries has risen with lightning speed in recent years, putting them on the map as major players in the global economy. Arabic is currently ranked on the Power language Index as the 5th most important language in the world.
The Arabic language presents many difficulties, compared to Western languages. From differentiating in writing and grammatical system to using a high context communication approach. All of these factors are making communication with Arabic-speaking cultures difficult. Therefore, you need a highly experienced Arabic translator, who also understands the culture and possesses the know-how to put your message in the right context, that will be perceived as authentic and aligned with the culture.