Need Dutch Translation?
Our certified, experienced translators can translate your document, booklet, catalog, script or website from English into Dutch or from Dutch into English.
We charge per word based on the original document. Pricing will vary depending on the total number of words, subject matter, original program, translation deadline, and if any additional DTP, formatting or programming is needed. Generally, we charge between $0.18 to $0.28 per original word. This includes the translation completely reviewed by a second translator for accuracy.
- HOW LONG?
Generally, we will have a quote to you within 1 or 2 business days. For a rough estimate of how long it will take to translate and review the document, figure one business day per 1,500 words, with a two-day minimum.
To reduce the time it takes to translate large projects, we could have a translation team of multiple translators work on the document with an editor reviewing the entire project when finished for consistency.
To quote on the project, our translators need to review the original documents. This allows them to review the subject matter for degree of difficulty. It also gives us the opportunity to schedule Dutch translators who are experts in the particular field.
Are there any glossaries or terminology lists available? If you have other documents already translated into Dutch, this will help maintain consistency throughout all of your translated documents.
If you need your website localized into a global website, we have programmers who can finalize the HTML, ASP, PHP, Java, etc. in order for the Dutch website to work properly throughout the world. Of course, this is done after the translation of the website text is completed.
Here are the steps to complete a translation project:
You would think Dutch wouldn't be a very popular language since it's mostly used in a country of only 15 million inhabitants, but we have had many requests to translate documents into Dutch. Worldwide, Dutch is spoken by 22 million people.
Dutch is the official language of the Netherlands (commonly referred to as "Holland"), Belgium, Suriname, Aruba and the Netherlands Antilles.
It has all the regular
letters of the alphabet plus one more character, ÿ. Since this character
isn't on a normal keyboard, the combination "ij" is commonly
used when writing Dutch. It's pronounced the same as "ÿ",
just spelled different. It is called a "Germanic language" with
a lot of similaries to German. Actually, most Dutch speakers are generally
able to read German. Likewise, German speakers can read basis Dutch as
they are very similar.