Translation services

Localisation & translation services into 200+ languages

You are looking to increase your market share? Reach diverse audiences? Reduce health and security risks? Enter international markets? Translation services are essential if you need to speak the language of your clients.

translation services

We offer translation services and localise into 200+ languages. Our Australia based language professionals are NAATI accredited in the languages where testing exists. In some languages, NAATI “recognition” is available, and for languages where no NAATI accreditation nor NAATI recognition is available, we work with universities and other tertiary institutions as well as multicultural organisations in Australia to identify the most suitable language speakers in those emerging language groups. Our international translators all hold country specific university degrees and have specialised profiles according to the industries we provide translation services for, including legal, mining, life sciences, financial, marketing, automobile, manufacturing and corporate communications.

For copywriting and localisation of collateral, please see Export Marketing.

We also handle translation services suited to Australia's Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities (CALD); these can differ greatly from the language spoken in the original countries of these communities.

2M also provides Aboriginal and Indigenous languages, either as written translation services or as recordings (for those that only exist as oral languages). Click here to listen to Indigenous recording samples.
 

We provide professional translation services in the following 200+ languages.

If your target language does not appear in this list, please contact us and we will source a linguist for the language you require.

Afar
Afrikaans
Akan
Albanian
Alyawarre
Amharic
Arabic
Armenian
Arrente
Assamese
Assyrian
Azerbaijani
Bangla
Basque
Bari
Bassa
Belarusian
Bemba
Bengali
Bislama
Borana
Bosnian
Bulgarian
Burmese
Cambodian (Khmer)
Cantonese (spoken)
Catalan
Cebuano
Chavacano
Chichewa (Nyanja)
Chin (Falam)
Chin (Hakha/Hakka)
Chin (Mizo)
Chin (Khumi)
Chin (Mara)
Chin (Zotung)
Chinese (Simplified)
Chinese (Traditional)
Croatian
Czech
Dan
Danish
Dagbani
Dari
Dinka
Dutch
Edo
Efik
Estonian
Ethiopian (Amharic)
Ewe
Farsi (Persian)
Fijian
Fijian Hindi
Finnish
Flemish
French
French Canadian
Fulani
Futunan
Ga
Gaelic
Galician
Georgian
German
Ghanaian Pidgin English
Gilbertese (Kiribati)
Greek
Gujarati
Hausa
Hawaiian
Hazaragi
Hebrew
Hindi

Hmong
Hungarian
Icelandic
Igbo
Indonesian
Inuktitut
Italian
Japanese
Juba Arabic
Kabuli (Pashto)
Kaonde
Kalenjin
Kamba
Karen
Kasem
Kazakh
Khmer
Kija
Kinyarwanda
Kirghiz
Kiribati (Gilbertese)
Kirundi
Kisi
Kiswahili
Korean
Kogi
Kpelle
Krio
Kriol
Kru
Kukaja
Kurdish (Sorani)
Kurdish (Kurmanji)
Laotian
Latvian
Lithuanian
Lozi
Luganda
Luhya
Lunda
Luo
Luritja
Luvale
Macedonian
Madi
Malay
Malayalam
Maltese
Mamprusi
Mandarin (spoken)
Maori (Cook Island)
Maori (New Zealand)
Marathi
Marshallese
Mende
Moldavian
Mongolian
Murinh-patha
Namkam
Nauruan
Na’vi
Nepalese
Ndebele (Northern)
Ndebele (Southern)
Ngaanyatyarra
Nigerian Pidgin English
Nkole
Norwegian
Nsenga
Nuer
Nzema
Odia
Oromo
Pashto (Pushto)

Persian (Farsi)
Pinturr/Luritja
Pitjantjatjara
PNG Pidgin (Tok Pisin)
Pokot
Polish
Portuguese
Punjabi
Pushto (Pashto)
Quechua
Rajastani
Rohingyan
Romanian
Romany
Runyakatira
Russian
Samoan
Sanskrit
Serbian
Sesotho (Northern)
Sesotho (Southern)
Setswana
Sidaama
Sikaian
Simplified Chinese
Sinhalese
Shan
Shona
Slovak
Slovene
Solomon Island Pidgin
Somali
Spanish
Sudanese Arabic (spoken only)
Swahili
Swedish
Swiss German
Tagalog
Taiwanese (Trad. Chinese)
Tajik
Tamil
Telugu
Temne
Tetum
Thai
Tibetan
Tigrinya
Tikopian
Tokelauan
Tongan
Tooro
Torres Strait Creole (Yumplatok)
Tshivenda
Tsonga
Turkish
Turkmen
Tuvaluan
Twi
Ukrainian
Urdu
Vai
Vietnamese
Walmajarri
Warlpiri
Welsh
Wik Mungkan
Wolof
Yiddish
Uzbek
Xhosa
Yoruba
Zulu