45 Native Malay translators
821,500 Malay words translated
75 Malay translation projects
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PoliLingua is here to provide exceptional Malay English translation services. We work with a network of over 100 professional Malay linguists and therefore can provide the highest-quality Malay translation solutions on your deadline and budget. PoliLingua can translate Malay into over 80 world languages; in fact we are one of the few companies that can translate Malay into any other world language. We offer specialized Malay translation solutions and related business services to a number of industries.
Malay Document Translation
PoliLingua translates many official documents from Malaysia and for official use in Malaysia. Typical documents are Malaysian driving licences, birth certificates, marriage certificates and death certificates. We also translate business documents, technical documents, medical documents and legal documents. Our certified English translations are accepted by government bodies, lawyers, immigration authorities, etc.
Malay Legal Translations
Do you need Malay legal translations? If your company or law firm does business with companies or individuals in Malaysia the answer to that question may be Yes. Competent Malay business translations are essential for successful operations in that country especially if the paperwork involves dealings between major corporations or significant sums of money. PoliLingua translation services has worked for some of the major corporations worldwide, so our expertise in legal translations can ensure you send out accurately translated documents around the world.
Malay Technical Translations
PoliLingua provides Malay technical translations to a broad range of clients, each with their unique requirements in terms of expertise, formats etc. Malay translations are required by a number of industries worldwide such as Aviation, Automotive production, Machinery, Patents, Telecommunications and many others.
Each of these field makes unique demands on technical English Malay translators: they have to use appropriate terminology, they must understand the basic concepts behind the procedures. Regardless of what our Malaysian translators are working on be it an operation manual, patent application, technical document, or anything else the translator must convey the exact meaning from the source language.
Most technical projects are large, and therefore contain many repetitive terms, identical phrases. In order to ensure consistent and accurate Malay technical translations the linguists should make use of CAT tools or translation memory (TM) tools such as Trados, MemoQ, Wordfast, DejaVu or any other software available on the market. PoliLingua is ready to work with your tools in case you already use one. In addition to the translation memories themselves, client-specific glossaries and terminology databases are key features which need to be leveraged when working on technical translation projects.
Malay Financial Translations
Accounting and financial standards vary from country to country, it is very important that your financial documentation is translated into Malay (or from Malay) appropriately for Malaysia. Typical Malay financial translations include: annual reports, financial statements, investment papers, audits, appraisals, contracts etc.
Malay Language Facts
Malay is the national language of Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei, and it is one of four official languages of Singapore. It is spoken natively by 40 million people across the Malacca Strait, including the coasts of the Malay Peninsula of Malaysia and the eastern coast of Sumatra in Indonesia, and has been established as a native language of part of western coastal Sarawak and West Kalimantan in Borneo. The total number of speakers of the language is more than 215 million.
Malay is now written using the Latin script (Rumi), although an Arabic alphabet called Jawi also exists. Rumi is official in Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia. Rumi and Jawi are co-official in Brunei and Malaysia. Efforts are currently being undertaken to preserve Jawi in rural areas of Malaysia, and students taking Malay language examinations in Malaysia have the option of answering questions using Jawi. The Latin script, however, is the most commonly used in Malaysia, both for official and informal purposes.
As one of the largest Malay language translation companies worldwide, PoliLingua Translations offers specialized Malay translation solutions and related business services to a number of industries. Contact PoliLingua today for a free quote on Malaysian translation or any other combination of translation and related business services.