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Translation Quality and Subjectivity

At Trusted Translations, we have many clients that consistently request translation services of large-text documents for distribution, such as handbooks, manuals, literature, research publications, or entire websites. Having serviced these clients with their multilingual translation needs of such large projects, we have exp

Terminology Management: the Long-Term Solution to Quality and Consistent Translations

As you may already know, translation, which aims to transfer meaning from one language into another, is never an exact science. Cultural and linguistic context can provide multiple translations for one word; for example, car in English can be translated as auto, coche, or carro in Spanish, depending on the country in

A Rush Translation Preparedness Guide

September 16, 2008 2 Comments »

Maybe one of the higher ups forgot that the handbook has to be in Spanish as well as English. Maybe part of the PowerPoint presentation is missing and needs to be translated into English for tomorrow’s meeting. Whatever the case, if you’re the client, you need it now. And if you’re the translator, you need