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Armenian Translators & Interpreters
Remote Video Interpreting also available

Professional Armenian interpreters and translators for English to Armenian, Armenian to English as well as multiple other languages... If you are in a hurry, please contact us directly

At TJC Global, we offer Armenian translation and interpreting services for numerous different industries in a wide variety of locations in Armenia and worldwide. 

TJC's professional Armenian interpreters and translators can deliver high quality interpreting and translation services for a wide variety of industries, including the manufacturing, legalmedicaltechnicalindustrialengineeringenvironmental and energy and renewable energy sectors. TJC Global's professional Armenian translators have the industry-specfic experience to enable them to efficiently and accurately translate documents of all levels of complexity. 

For an Armenian translation or Armenian interpreting quote, please use the Quick Quote system on the right hand side of the page. 

Our Armenian Interpreting and Translation Services

We endeavour to supply linguists whose backgrounds and qualifications match very closely with the nature of the given project or document. Their knowledge of procedure and of industry-specific terminology ensures translations are faithful, accurate and convey the exact meaning intended.

Armenian Legal Interpreters
Armenian Court Interpreters
Armenian Conference Interpreters
Armenian Business Meeting Interpreters
Armenian Technical interpreters

For more information on our interpreting services, and the different forms of interpreting, please see our explanation page here

Armenian Legal Translation
Armenian Technical Translation
Armenian Medical Translation
Armenian Translation for Industry

For more information on our translation services, please see our explanation page here.

About: Armenian

Armenian is an Indo-European language spoken by the population of Armenia. It is also spoken in the communities within the Armenian diaspora, and uses its own script, the Armenian alphabet. There is a distinction between Eastern and Western dialects and these two categories can themselves be split into subdialects - none of which have clear distinguishing borders. Other distinct dialects include the Homshetsi dialect, and Lomavren language of the Bosha, which are categorised as belonging to the Armenian family.


Why choose TJC Global's Armenian Language Service?

If you have a Armenian translation or interpreting enquiryplease contact us or use the Quick Quote system on the right hand side of the page. 

We are also happy to assist you in cities in Armenia including Yerevan and Gyumri and other countries across the globe, including in the USA, Asia, Europe, Australia, South America and Africa 

Next step? We are very happy to assist you - please contact us directly with your enquiry. 

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