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Atlas Translations: Translation into Urdu

Urdu is the official language of Pakistan and some Indian states. It is part of the Hindustani language group, which also includes Hindi. Around 100 million people worldwide speak Urdu. Despite it being the official language of Pakistan, only around 7% of the population speak it as a first language; regional languages are more common, […]

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Atlas Translations: Translation into Mongolian

Here at Atlas we do get a reasonable amount of English to Mongolian translation work – but it must be one of the languages which we know the least about, let alone know any actual Mongolian words and phrases. Let’s start with a few basic facts. And Genghis Khan. Mongolian Mongolian is spoken by about […]

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Fran Meets World | April Fool’s Day

With April Fool’s just around the corner, we thought we’d take a look back at a blog written by Francesca back in 2016, looking at various customs, and how they differ in other countries. Please note that the Atlas office will be closed on Friday 30th March and Monday 2nd April for the Easter break. […]

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Atlas Translations: Translation into French

French is the official language in 29 countries and is spoken by more than 200 million people over the world, which ranked la langue de Molière to the 6th most widely spoken language.   Due to French speaking countries colonialism in the 17th and 18th centuries, French language has been expanded to new continents and […]

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Atlas Translations: Translation into Dutch

Translation into Dutch Dutch is the national language of the Netherlands, a small country in north-western Europe. There are around 22 million native speakers, primarily found in the Netherlands, but there is also a large Dutch-speaking community in the neighbouring country of Belgium. There are smaller collections of Dutch speakers in the South American country […]

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Translation into English

English This ‘Translation into’ blog is written by Carolina, giving a non-native English speaker’s perspective on translation into English. I was only 6 years old when I started learning English. My first memories of English involve learning about colours, and numbers, and playing “Simon says”, and singing songs about food. Of course that, as a […]

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Atlas Translations – Who are we?

 Team Update At a busy translation agency like Atlas, there’s always something happening! I love this Mark E Smith quote: “If it’s me and yer granny on the bongos, it’s still The Fall”. That pretty much sums Atlas up. If it’s Clare Suttie and your gran (with access to 400 languages), it’s still Atlas Translations. […]

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Atlas Translations: Translation into Lithuanian

 Translation into Lithuanian Lithuanian is European language with around three million native speakers. Roughly 80% of the population of Lithuania are native Lithuanian speakers. There are however large populations of Polish and Russian native speakers. Lithuanian is one of the two Baltic languages which forms a part of the Indo-European languages. The other being Latvian. […]

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Atlas Translations: Translation into Spanish

As a UK Translations Agency we get lots of translation and interpreting requests for Spanish; either translating into or from Spanish into another language. To explain the high demand, here are some facts and figures that will blow your mind. In no particular order:   Spanish is spoken by 570 million people worldwide (about 450 […]

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