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Translating To and From a Local Language

Translating To and From a Local Language

Understand the difference in translating to and from a local language and have your questions answered before hiring the service you need. Translating into a foreign language means translating a text in Portuguese into a foreign language (English, Spanish, German, among others). The opposite can also be done, translating a text in a foreign language into Portuguese.

What is the difference?

Translation is converting a text written in a foreign language into the local language. That is, in the case of Brazil, it is a text written in any other language that will be translated into Portuguese.

The other way around

Converting a text written in your local language into a foreign language is also possible. Using Brazil as an example, it is a text written in Portuguese, which will be translated into another language (English, Spanish, Japanese, German, French, Italian).

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