Dutch Translation & Language Services
Netherlands when it comes to trade and commerce is one of the most important countries in Europe. It is situated on the North Western coast of Europe and is neighbored by countries like Belgium and Germany. Dutch is the official language of the Netherlands. It is a West Germanic language, spoken by approximately 23 million people as their native language, and by around 5 million people as their second language.
Dutch, however, isn’t confined to the Netherlands. It has got speakers across a lot of countries in the Western hemisphere. Some of them are Suriname, Sint Maarten, Aruba, and Curacao. Although in minority, Dutch is spoken across various countries like United States, Australia, and Canada. The number of Dutch speakers in these countries is somewhere around half a million put together. One can find a considerable number of Cape Dutch speakers in South Africa, wherein, the language has evolved to be called as the Afrikaans, and is spoken by around 16 million people, collectively in South Africa and Namibia.
Dutch Language Service Provider (LSP)
With the highest levels of accuracies across all the stages of the project, we ensure In-time project delivery for eLearning modules, Seminars, Video surveillance in Dutch.
Dutch Language Translation, Transcription, VO, Annotation Services We Offer
Certificates and Documents Dutch Language Translation
- Brochure and Marketing Material
- User Manual Translation
- Product Catalog
- Handbook Translation
- Business Document
- Technical Document
- Training Document
- Patent Translation
- Government Document
- Legal Document
- Market Report
- Medical Translation
- Healthcare Translation
- Research Papers
Software, Website and Apps
- Mobile Apps Localization
- Software Localization
- UI Localization
- Websites Translation
- Multilingual Digital Marketing & SEO
Videos & Images
- Video Transcription
- Audio Transcription
- E-Learning Course
- Video Annotation
- Video Subtitling
- Image Annotation
- Promotional Campaign
Why Filose for Dutch Language Translation Services
Filose understands your need of language quality parameters. We have experienced and professional language experts, our QC engineer are highly qualified and able to find out the smallest mistake.
Filose linguistic team represents the native Dutch translators, which are based on their home countries where they keep in touch with how languages are used. Our native translators and domain experts work to ensure correct meaning conveyed.
For a shorter turnaround time on larger volumes, it is possible to deploy multiple Dutch translators and perform additional reviews to ensure a good quality deliverable. We offer quick, reliable and quality assured translation service.
Data privacy is one of the major benefits of outsourcing services to us. once the translation part is completed, the output is passed through several QC stages within the shortest possible time frame.
Domains using Dutch Language Services from us
We offer a wide range of Dutch translation services, with number of documents including advertisements, both webs as well as print media, brochures, catalogues, video subtitling, video translations, interpretation, user directions, marketing campaigns, product details & vital information, & many others.
E-learning is quickly gaining pace. We provide most accurate and relevant translations to ensure that the translations connect with the local learners in the long run. Feel free to contact us, to translate your E-learning content from English to Dutch or vice versa.
Filose translate a wide range of medical documents such as medical journals, research papers, research reports, patient and doctor notes, training documents, patient instructions, clinical protocols, testing procedures, medication labels, patient reports, etc.
At Filose our technology translation expertise involves translations for technologies involved in various industries such as banking and finance, insurance, hospitality, education, tourism, software, and many others.
Software Localization became essential for IT service providers to increase reach. It includes UI translation, language testing, documentation, games, web, and mobile applications.
We translate documents such as automobile user manuals, booklets, vehicle catalogs, promotional campaigns, advertisements, CAD drawings, technical documents, reports, websites, & many other translation requirements based on the local business needs.
At Filose our translators are expert at translating a wide range of government documents such as government legal documents, ministry documents, government commercial contracts, legal contracts and agreements, intra-departmental administrative documents, and many more.
Legal translators at Filose are skilled translation professionals, who are proficient at the language pair, legal technical terms, the sensitivities and the specific requirements of legal translations, and also the cultural dimensions involved.
Scope of Dutch Translations
Spoken by a relatively lesser number of people across the world, somewhere around 44-45 million altogether, the geographical expanse of Dutch is quite large. In fact huge, we’d say. Besides the Netherlands, and some regions of its neighboring countries, wherein it is spoken in the dialect form, Dutch is spoken in South America, and in some countries in the Caribbean. So, even if the number of Dutch speakers across the globe may not impress you, you might want to look positively at the different geographies that speak it. Nevertheless, 40 million as well isn’t at all a low figure, for someone who’s positively looking at expanding in the Dutch-speaking regions!
Now, that’s with the language numbers and the region. Let us take a look at the scope of Dutch translations from the viewpoint of the country’s economy. Netherlands is one of the largest economies of the world – 18th largest to be precise, according to reports from the International Monetary Fund, and the World Bank. With roughly around 17 million people residing in the country and with an impressive GDP per capita of over 48,000 USD, the country is considered to be one of the richest in the world.
Netherland’s economy is largely dependent on a few industries that have been dominating the country’s economy for a very long time. Some of prominent industries in the country are agriculture and livestock, energy, the chemical industry, metallurgy, and tourism. Speaking of energy, the Netherlands is home to around 25% of the natural gas reserves in the European Union! When it comes to tourism, for years, the country has remained a hotspot for tourists all over the world, and in fact, it continues to be one even today.
The Netherlands is considered to be a great country for foreign investments. The country enjoys a strategically good location, enjoys the working of a stable and effective government, and also has a beneficial tax system. Besides, the fair and transparent legal system in the country encourages foreign investors to invest in the country, establish operations in this small, but one of the richest countries in the world.
Dutch Translation Challenges
Challenges are inevitable when it comes to translations, and therefore, you require an expert pool of translators that understands every little aspect of the language and has the ability to apply the differences to ensure that the translation is accurate, and relevant in the context of the local market that one is targeting. The Dutch language too has its own set of challenges when it comes to translations. These differences are predominantly the ones arising out of grammar differences between a particular language pair that belongs to a different family of languages.
Of course, comparing Dutch grammar with that of every other language in the world isn’t practically possible, and therefore, we’d limit ourselves to differences between Dutch and English. The good news is that English and Dutch belong to the same family of languages, and therefore there isn’t much of a difference in the grammar of both these languages. Nevertheless, although not many and very small, there are differences, and which need to be known by the Dutch translators while working on English to Dutch translations.
1. Interrogative and Negative Sentences
Dutch and English follow similar tenses, however, with the difference of the non-usage of the auxiliary do in the negative or interrogative sentences. For instance, the English sentence I do not meat, in Dutch, would be said I eat not meat or the sentence, what do you do, would be said as what you do in Dutch. Apparently, this is a very small difference, but an important one.
2. Order of the Words
In Dutch, the order of the words remains the same as English (subject-verb-object), but with a change in the position of the adverbials. Here, Dutch resembles German with respect to the need of inverting the subject and verb, in case the sentence begins with an adverbial or another element. As in the case of German, Dutch tends to transport the verb to the end of the clause after the modal verbs, or in case it is a subordinate clause.
3. Definite and Indefinite Articles
The definite and indefinite articles in Dutch and English are the same, but with a difference. The English sentence my mother is a singer, in Dutch, would be said as my mother is singer. Of course, the latter may not grammatically make adequate sense in English, but that’s how it is in the Dutch language!
English to Dutch Translation by Experienced, Certified Dutch Translators at Filose
At Filose, we deal with 100s of languages across the world. We employ a strong team of expert and certified Dutch translators that help translate a wide range of online as well as offline documents from English to Dutch and vice versa. Besides, we also deal with translating documents to and from Dutch to other languages around the world. Our team of expert Dutch translators is well-aware of the significant nuances of the language, and its reference with the languages at the other end.
Dutch Document Translation Services
We translate many documents such as training material, and handbooks. We assist our clients with Dutch legal translations, Dutch medical translations, engineering documents, reports, and many other business documents.
Dutch Website Translation and localization Services
we deliver Dutch online translations in the form of translating websites, mobile apps, etc. We cater to many industries including banking, insurance, automobile, legal, pharmaceutical, software, electronics, government, education, retail, civil engineering, etc.
So, if you are a business owner looking forward to expanding in the Dutch-speaking market, Filose is your trusted language partner.
Language Pair with Dutch
- Dutch to English
- Japanese to Dutch
- Dutch to Chinese
- German to Dutch
- Dutch to Tamil
- Dutch to Spanish
- Arabic to Dutch
- Italian to Dutch
- Hindi to Dutch
- Telugu to Dutch
- Dutch to Malayalam
- Bengali to Dutch
- Dutch to Russian
- English to Dutch
- Dutch to Japanese
- Chinese to Dutch
- Dutch to German
- Tamil to Dutch
- Spanish to Dutch
- Dutch to Arabic
- Dutch to Italian
- Dutch to Hindi
- Dutch to Telugu
- Malayalam to Dutch
- Dutch to Bengali
- Russian to Dutch
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