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  • Professional Dutch Translator

    Sydney Translation Services offers professional Dutch translator services by Dutch translators for all types of documents required for legal, business, migration, marketing or personal use.

    Our Dutch translators are tertiary qualified and experienced in English Dutch translations. We also have translators specialised in technical or medical terminology to ensure accurate and fast translations.

    For accurate and reliable Dutch translator services, email us your documents for a quick no-obligations quote.


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    Qualified Dutch Translators

    Our translators are accredited by NAATI for Dutch English translations used in Australia.

    Beyond Australia, our Dutch translators have linguistics or translation related Bachelors / MA qualifications and relevant professional translation experience.

    Examples of Dutch translations we provide

    NAATI Dutch Translator

    Being NAATI accredited means our Dutch translator is required to renew their accreditation with NAATI at regular intervals as to remain up-to-date and committed to the highest level of competency and currency in the profession.

    Translator for the Dutch Language

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    Dutch is closely related to English and German and is said to be between them. The history of the Dutch language begins around AD 450–500 after Old Frankish, one of the many West Germanic tribal languages, was split by the Second Germanic consonant shift. At more or less the same time the Ingvaeonic nasal spirant law led to the development of the direct ancestors of modern Dutch Low Saxon, Frisian and English. The northern dialects of Old Frankish generally did not participate in either of these two shifts, except for a small amount of phonetic changes, and are hence known as Old Low Franconian; the "Low" refers to dialects not influenced by the consonant shift.1

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