Romanian Translation

Romanian Translation

At London Translations, our expert linguists deliver speedy and accurate Romanian translations for businesses across all industries.

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Romanian Translation & Interpretation For Businesses

We work with native Romanian speakers in order to provide the highest quality translations and interpretations. Our team’s extensive knowledge and understanding of the language allows us to go further than word-for-word translations. The in-depth cultural knowledge means we deliver well-written, accurate copy that is sure to resonate with your business’ target audience.

At London Translations, we are committed to offering our clients the best possible Romanian translation service. Our dedicated network of linguists also have extensive knowledge in a number of industries, such as the legal and medical sectors. Each project is handled by a translator with extensive knowledge of our clients’ industry, guaranteeing expert Romanian translations of all sector-specific terminology.

Working with native speakers also ensures a completely localised Romanian translation service specific to the particular region you’re targeting. This prevents any miscommunication and results in fluid copy that effectively connects with your intended audience.

Why Your Business Needs A Romanian Translation Service

Romanian is one of the more widely spoken European languages, with around 26 million native speakers, plus another 4 million second-language speakers. Romanian is also spoken in countries including Serbia, Albania, Greece, Kosovo, Bulgaria, and Croatia. As a result, an increasing number of businesses have sought Romanian translation services in order to connect with this lucrative market.

As the language is spoken across several locations, there are four recognised Romanian dialects due to the mix of Latin and Balkan languages and it is integral you apply the correct one to your target audience for optimum effect. Luckily, our expert translators are able to identify the dialect you require and use this to create word-perfect, engaging Romanian translations.

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What are Romania’s most successful industries?

The most profitable industry in Romania is the IT and software sector and the nation is the sixth country in the world regarding the number of certified IT specialists per capita. Romania also has a thriving agricultural industry thanks to the low costs of land and labour, and it is successful in energy, manufacturing, and the automotive industry.

Is Moldovan different to Romanian?

Romanian is the official language of Moldova but it is referred to as Moldovan in official documentation. Though this is essentially the same language, Moldovan is used to describe national identity and therefore needs to be approached sensitively. Our skilled translators are experts in the subtle differences between dialects and can provide quality Romanian translations for your business.

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