German Translation Services


Reach your German speaking customers in their native language.

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Any project size, at your deadline

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High Quality

App
App

2000 words

$170

Manual
Manual

5000 words

$435

 

Document
Document

250 words

$22

 

Website
Website

10.000 words

$870

 

Banner
Banner

12 words

$1

 

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One Hour Translation can guarantee fast, accurate, high-quality translation work in over 73 languages (and more than 2000 language pairs) because our professional translators are native speakers who typically live in-country and speak the language natively. Additionally, our high standards and rigorous procedures guarantee that only translation work of the highest quality is performed, with the end result that your translations will appear to have been written by a native-speaking lawyer and not translated at all. We specialize in all types of corporate law, commercial law, tax law, intellectual property and patent law, international law, and the accurate translation of certificates.

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German Translators

Number of people speaking German:

Approximately 100 million.

Dialects: The dialects of German are unique in that many are not technically German at all, but rooted in the same parent language family as German. The dialects are broadly divided into Low German and High German.

Countries Spoken: Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Belgium

Some Fun Facts about Germany:

If you use the word quark in Germany you won’t get a response from a theoretical physicist, but rather a cheese merchant, as quark is a form of cheese in Germany. The aristocracy was officially disbanded as a political and social group after World War I in Germany, but many noble families were allowed to incorporate their old titles into their family name so you can still tell who’s family was once an Elector of the Holy Roman Empire simply by reading their name.

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