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Your business partners will thank you when you send them documents - they can easily read without getting lost in translation. Show them you care by contacting PoliLingua Russian translation services and letting our certified Russian translators do the work for you.
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Russian translation is essential for companies wishing to break into the Russian market. Your Russian business partners will undoubtedly appreciate this effort, but if you want the best result, your Russian translations must be highly qualitative. We work with professional Russian translators who specialize in different fields like legal, commercial, and technical, the translation of your patents or websites.
All our experts translate only into their native language, and we guarantee an accurate, qualitative, and professional Russian translation service that fits your needs! There are some of the most demanded professional Russian translation services we offer
The most common language pairs for Russian translations are Russian to English and English to Russian, as English is the language of business and commerce. However, Russian-to-Spanish, Russian-to-French, and Russian-to-German translations are very common, as many companies operate in multiple languages. As a result, there is a large market for professional Russian-to-English translation services.
Russian-to-English language translation is also popular, as many Russians traveling or doing business abroad need to translate Russian documents into English. Whether you're looking for Russian-to-English or English-to-Russian translation services, our company can provide you with a highly-qualified English-to-Russian translator and offer plenty of translation options available to meet your needs.
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Our agency offers translation services from certified translation from Russian to English, as well as from English to Russian. In both cases, we have native English and Russian translators specialized in different fields. Their linguistic skills are beyond reproach (each of our translators holds an appropriate degree and/or has several years of experience in the translation world).
Every native Russian expert working with PoliLingua has the necessary experience and qualifications to provide certified Russian translation services, including interpretation, localization, marketing, website, government, legal, technical, and general business translation services, and solutions. They all have one or more areas of expertise, which allows them to produce reliable, accurate, and flawless Russian-to-English document translations. To ensure your high satisfaction, we hold rigorous internal quality control before sending you the translated documents.
If you wish to translate from or to Russian, nothing could be easier. Just request a quote online by filling out our form or contact us by phone or email. The sky's the limit with the PoliLingua translation services, and our team of professional translators can offer to your business. Contact us today, and let us help you grow your business!
Today in the Russian Federation, Russians are estimated to account for 81.6% of the population (2010 census: 120 million Russian speakers out of a population of 143 million). Of the speakers of Russian, 88% have it as their mother tongue and 94% of this number are of Russian ethnic origin. There are 7.5 million non-Russian people who have Russian as their native language, about 26% of the non-Russian population.
Russian speakers are present in all former republics of the USSR, and they now make up significant ethnic minorities, particularly in Estonia (30%), Kazakhstan (38%), Kyrgyzstan (22%), Latvia (34%), and Ukraine (22%). In these former Soviet republics, Russians no longer shape the agenda - except in Belarus and parts of Moldova (in Transnistria) and Ukraine (in Crimea). At the same time, following the collapse of the USSR, nearly 25 million Russians found themselves with foreign status in the newly independent states (11 million in Ukraine and 6 million in Kazakhstan).
The Russian language is the 6th most spoken language in the world. The official language of the largest country in the world, Russia, Russian is also spoken in Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan, and is understood in many other countries: Ukraine, Armenia, Georgia, Uzbekistan, and the Baltic countries.
Like all Slavic languages, Russian is distinguished by its alphabet. Let us recall that the Catholic heritage has favored the Latin alphabet with Croatian, Polish, Czech, Slovak, Slovenian and Sorbian, while the heritage of the Orthodox world has favored the Cyrillic alphabet with Russian and Ukrainian, Belarusian and Serbian, Bulgarian, and Macedonian. However, in Russia, the Russian alphabet is referred to as the Cyrillic alphabet, the name Cyrillic being used to designate only the Slavonic script used in Russia until the beginning of the 18th century.
The Russian alphabet consists of 33 letters, Bulgarian and Serbian 30, and Ukrainian 33. The modern Russian alphabet has also been adapted to several non-Slavic languages of the countries of the former USSR by the addition of letters, be it for certain Uralic (Votiak, Mordovian, Ostiak, Mansi), Altaic (Turkmen, Azerbaijani), Iranian (Ossetian, Kurdish, Tajik), Caucasian (Abkhaz, Avar, Circassian) languages.
Our translations are performed by translators carefully selected to align with the subject matter and content of your project. They meet and exceed international quality standards. Upon request, we will provide you with a certificate attesting to the precision of our translations