Perfect Translations Into and From Russian

The term Russian, formerly known as Great Russian, refers to a language from the Slavic branch of the Indo-European language family. Russian is spoken by about 280 million people, out of which 160 million have learned it as their native tongue.

Russian is one of the most frequently requested languages for translations. If you’re in need of a translation into or from Russian, we have professional translators ready to help you. Our native-speakers translate your documents reliably and accurately, whether they’re in English or another language. They have been raised speaking Russian and are familiar with all of its specific cultural and linguistic characteristics. They are, of course, also fluent in English.

We guarantee the quality of our translations. Besides offering translations from English into Russian and vice versa, we also work with big source languages like German, Spanish, French, and Portuguese, as well as obscure languages from all over the world.

A world language

Russian is very closely related to Belorussian and Ukrainian. While it’s written using the Cyrillic alphabet, its appearance is unique. Of the 160 million people who speak Russian as their native tongue, 130 million live in Russia. Around 26 million live in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), as well as in the Baltic States and the former Soviet Union. The approximate 7 million people remaining live in other countries, predominantly Germany, Israel, and the United States.

Russian is the official language of Russia and Belarus, as well as Kazakhstan, Ukraine, and Kyrgyzstan, but Russian is heavily represented all over Europe.

Russian is a widespread language in the fields of science, technology, and art. Regardless of your field, we have the perfect translator in our network – someone for every subject area.

The history of the Russian language

The Russian language stems from the common Old East Slavic language, which was spoken by the Kievan Rus and its successors. The Ruthenian language arose in the Middle Ages and played a significant role in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. In contrast to Ruthenian, however, Russian was largely influenced by the Church Slavic liturgical language.

In the 18th century, the Russian language underwent reform implemented by the writers Michail Lomonossow, Antioch Kantemir, and Wassil Trediakowski. After the fall of the Third Reich and the end of World War II, Russian came to be known as a new European language and experienced a boom in popularity. Russian was also frequently taught in schools as a second language.

How much does a translation into Russian cost?

The standard rate for translations from English into Russian is $ 0.10 per word and for translations from Russian into English, the industry rate is $ 0.17. For new customers or large texts (more than 5,000 words), we may significantly reduce our rates. For urgent jobs that need several translators working simultaneously, ask us about a necessary surcharge. For a full list of rates per language, please visit Rates table for most requested language combinations.

High quality translations from and into Russian

Whether you need a contract, scientific study, or birth certificate translated, we have professional translators who are capable of providing error-free work. Frequently, Russian immigrants in the U.S. need certified translations of their birth certificates or other official records translated into English for the USCIS or other important organization.

Contact us today for your translation needs by phone, email, or the form, and we’ll be happy to respond quickly with a no-obligation quote.

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