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Translation To and From Burmese

EVS Translations USA offers professional translations from Burmese into English and from English into Burmese.
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EVS Translations USA offers professional translations from Burmese into English and from English into Burmese. Our in-house team of specialized translators and proofreaders has more than 25 years of experience in providing high-quality language services for corporate and private clients. Streamlined workflows and dedicated account managers guarantee consistent and cost-effective solutions for projects of every size.

If you are looking for a Burmese translation partner that values quality and customer service, then contact EVS Translations USA.

Expert Burmese Translators

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EVS Translations selects Burmese translators in line with your industry-specific requirements, while experienced proofreaders ensure that the Burmese document translations meet the international quality standards DIN ISO 9001:2015 and DIN ISO 17100:2015.

This approach is ideal for corporate clients operating in specialized industries where consistency and expertise are paramount. The Burmese team at EVS Translations consists of highly experienced native speakers who routinely translate legal, medical, and technical documents.

Translation Solutions For All Your Burmese Projects

EVS Translations only employs specialized translators who work exclusively into their native language. Specialist areas of Burmese translations at EVS Translations include:

EVS Translations also offers translations into Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese, and French.

Burmese Translation Services

If you would like to discuss your upcoming projects, or inquire about prices, delivery times, and our additional Burmese translation services, please call  +1-404-523-5560.

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It was a missionary who introduced English to the Burmese and Burmese to the English language. In 1817 Adoniram Judson translated the Grammatical Notices of the Burman Language into English and The Gospel of Matthew into Burmese. As a missionary he spent most of his life in Burma.

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