Professional Spanish Translations

As the first language of more than 400 million people worldwide, Spanish has more native speakers than any other language except Mandarin. Mexico has the most native speakers, and Spanish is also the primary language throughout most of South America and Central America.

In the Eastern Hemisphere, Spanish is the most commonly spoken language in Spain and Equatorial Guinea. There are also large populations of Spanish speakers in other countries, including more than 44 million native speakers in the United States.

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Our Translators

We work with freelance Spanish translators located all over the world. Whether you need a translator specialising in Puerto Rican Spanish, Dominican Spanish, Mexican Spanish, Peruvian Spanish, European Spanish, or any other regional variety, we have plenty of qualified candidates for the job. Our diverse network of language specialists can translate English, French, and every other major language into Spanish or vice versa. We only work with native speakers, so you can have full confidence in the accuracy and authenticity of the document you’ll receive.

We provide general translation services and handle a wide range of speciality subjects. Once we define the subject expertise needed to reach your goals, we select a translator who has mastered the required field.

We work with specialists in medical, technical, financial, and marketing translations, as well as legal translators. We typically translate emails and other short correspondences within a day, and we can translate longer texts such as magazines and books.

Regardless of the type of project, our turnaround times are always impressive. Our Spanish translators work evenings and weekends, so you never have to worry about delays or missed deadlines.

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Examples of Recent Projects

  • Employee Handbook for a chain of restaurants and web pages for their internal HR system;
  • Certified and notarised translation of birth certificates from Mexico into English for UK immigration purposes;
  • Over 70,000 words of legal documentation for a law firm in New York in just two days. We had to assign a team of 14 specialised legal translators and 2 project managers to maintain consistency.

How Much Does a Translation into Spanish Cost?

The standard rate for human translations from English into Spanish is $0.12 per word. We significantly reduce our rates for large texts (more than 5,000 words).

We will apply a surcharge for urgent jobs that require several translators to work simultaneously. We do not charge extra if you need a language variant, such as Mexican Spanish, Peruvian Spanish, or European Spanish.

Our rates are always fair, and we use sophisticated translation technology to keep them as low as possible. We even have our own translation office in Barcelona, so your translation project will be in the hands of Spanish language experts from start to finish.

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High-Quality Translations from and into Mexican Spanish

Despite its many unique characteristics, the Spanish spoken in Mexico still belongs to the Indo-European language family. More than 60 languages of indigenous peoples and tribal groups are recognised as national languages in Mexico today, and the Mexican government estimates that there are 400 dialects in the country.

Nevertheless, Spanish remains the official language and native tongue of most of the country’s 100 million people.

Spanglish and Mexicanisms

In recent years, Mexican Spanish has been greatly influenced by the linguistic characteristics of Mexicans who immigrate to the United States and later return to visit their home country. North American English has overlapped with this group’s Spanish to such an extent that another dialect of its own has begun to take form: Spanglish.

Parallel to Spanglish is a dialect made up of “Mexicanisms” that can be derived from indigenous peoples.

A Plethora of Unique Traits

Mexican Spanish differs from the Spanish spoken in Spain in that it has its own colloquialisms and intonation. Two typical features of Mexican Spanish are the frequent use of the diminutive form and the growing use of the word "ahorita," which stands for "now" but has the connotation of meaning “immediately” or "in a few hours."

Although Mexican Spanish has distinctly characteristic accents and intonations, the importance of Spanish vocabulary remains clear. In general, Mexican Spanish comes across as a more articulate and much calmer variety than Creole Spanish or the Spanish of other Latin American countries.

The importance of native translators

The everyday street language in Mexico varies quite a bit. Every social class and age group typically has its own slang, making it difficult for foreigners to communicate, even if their Spanish is good.

For this reason, we employ exclusively native-speaking translators who have been raised with the language and are familiar with the cultural aspects and linguistic peculiarities of Mexican Spanish.

Our professional translation services

Please contact us if you need professional document translations into or from Mexican Spanish. Select the language combination you need from over 150 language options. We can handle even the most complex texts in all subject areas.

We also regularly provide certified translations of birth certificates, marriage licenses, and other official documents from Mexico into English for the UKVI/USCIS and other organisations.

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We have translators who speak Argentine Spanish, Castilian, and Río de la Plata Spanish!

We also regularly provide certified translations of birth certificates, marriage licenses, and other official documents from Mexico into English for the USCIS and other organisations.

Other language combinations we offer:

  • English - Spanish
  • Spanish - English
  • English – Mexican Spanish
  • English – Portuguese
  • English – Brazilian Portuguese
  • Portuguese – German
  • German – Spanish