Professional Italian Translation Services

Get ahead of the competition and reach every part of Italy, with content that actually delivers. We will help you achieve success with our cost-effective, reliable, and high-quality Italian translation services.

Professional Italian Translation Services
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Meet our Italian Translators

We have a broad network of highly experienced Italian translators, comprising both our own internal translators and freelancers with whom we have established a long and trustworthy relationship. All of our translators are professional linguists with a minimum of 5 years of experience, formal qualifications from a relevant educational institution, and an in-depth understanding of the translation requirements of various industries.

Our goal is to provide the best quality translation services on the market. Therefore, we have established very rigorous onboarding processes, where only the best translators are selected to join our team. We can assure you that every single project will be handled by a translator who will meet all your requirements and deliver the best possible Italian translation service.

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Italian to English & English to Italian Translation Services
You can select a wide range of Italian translation services depending on your translation requirements and the industry in which you work. Our team will guide you through the whole translation process and help you choose the right service for you. We provide expert Italian translation services for a variety of documents and content categories, including:

Italian document translation

Italian legal translation

Italian website translation

Italian software/app translation

Italian marketing copy, advertisements and social media content

Italian subtitle translation

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About the Italian Language

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Italian is a Romance language of the Indo-European language family and is an official language in Italy, Switzerland, San Marino, and the Vatican City. It is the second most widely spoken native language in the EU (67 million speakers), and it is spoken as a second language by 13.4 million people.
Italian is known as the language of music because of its common use in musical writing. A number of Italian words have therefore become international terms, borrowed in various languages worldwide. The Italian language is also common in the arts, food, fashion, and luxury goods markets.
The importance of the Italian language is also shown by the fact that it had official status in Albania, Malta, Monaco, Montenegro, Greece, and in the former colonial areas of Italian East Africa and Italian North Africa, where it still plays a significant role. It is one of the official languages of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe and one of the working languages of the Council of Europe.
If you want to successfully enter the Italian-speaking market, it is of the utmost importance that your translated content reads as if it were written by a native Italian speaker. When your message is adjusted to local language conventions, and the specific likes and dislikes of your target market are considered, your message will be perceived as more authentic.
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Fun Facts about the Italian Language

  • Only 2.5% of Italy’s population could speak Italian properly when the nation was unified in 1861.
  • Italian is the main working language of the Holy See, serving as the lingua franca in the Roman Catholic hierarchy.
  • Italian is the closest language to Latin in terms of vocabulary.
  • The language learning application, Duolingo, has 4.94 million English speakers learning the Italian language.
  • Many Italian speakers are native bilinguals of standard Italian and one regional dialect of Italian.
  • Italian has official minority status in western Istria.

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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.

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Frequently asked questions

The price of this service will be determined by several factors, such as the required speed and quality of the translation. The price when translating from English to Italian will therefore range from EUR 0.010 per word if you choose machine translation to EUR 0.025 per word if you use our translation with proofreading service. For more information about pricing you can read here.
According to the British Council, Italian is one of the top 10 languages of the future when it comes to business importance. The Italian language is not only spoken in Italy but is spread throughout many Italian-speaking communities on different continents. A survey by the British Chambers of Commerce showed that there is a shortage of Italian speakers, despite the big demand for them.
Due to common origins, both languages share a lot of similarities and are therefore mutually intelligible to a certain extent. The lexical similarity between Spanish and Italian is over 80%, meaning that the number of words in the two languages are similar, but not necessarily mutually intelligible to native speakers due to additional differences in pronunciation and syntax. For this reason, despite the similarities between Spanish and Italian, businesses should avoid creating marketing campaigns for both countries using just one language.