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Hebrew / עברית

Hebrew is a West Semitic language spoken by approximately 10 million people across the world. Historically, Hebrew has been used as an everyday spoken language, but had fallen almost completely out of usage by 200 CE.

Modern Hebrew is one of two official languages of Israel; the other is Arabic. Hebrew is also a recognised minority language in Poland.

Our specialist Hebrew linguists work with clients to provide high quality translation and interpretation for all types of projects and contracts. Contact our office today to discuss your requirements in more detail.

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Why Use Global Language Services?

  • Experienced Hebrew Translators & Interpreters
  • Specific industry Specialism
  • Extensive Linguist Database
  • Local Demand / Local Supply Policy
  • ISO 9001:2008 Accreditation
  • BS EN 15038 Accreditation
  • Ongoing Staff Training
  • Rigorous Confidentiality Policies
  • Flexible Support

What Our Clients Said

“A big thank you to all concerned. Feedback from the customer is that they have been very impressed and pleased with the format.”

– Scottish Prison Service

“Well, I must say I have always been impressed with the quick responses to my requests but this is a record, just under 30 minutes. Many thanks again.”

– VIA Lothian and Borders

Did You Know?

Despite the fact that it isn’t explicitly mentioned in the Tanakh, Hebrew is regarded as the language of the Israelites and their descendent. Pre-modern Hebrew is still used for prayer in Jewish communities.

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Whether you are translating international reports or preparing a product for international launch, we ask you include as much detail in your brief as is possible. With a detailed brief we can provide a service that is perfectly tailored to your specific requirements.

Contact us today by requesting a quote, calling 0141 429 3429, or emailing

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