Professional Danish Translation Services

Renaissance Translations offers on-demand and reliable Danish translation services at affordable rates. With a large network of native Danish translators, our expert team can provide accurate translations from Danish to English and vice versa across all industries and content types.

As a leading translation agency, our team can handle translation projects of any size to help expand your business in Danish-speaking countries. Some of our satisfied global clients include HSBC, BMW, NHS, Thomson Reuters, Samsung, The World Bank and Turkish Airlines.

Hiring Renaissance Translations as your Danish translation agency guarantees efficient and consistent Danish translation services regardless of your project’s complexity and timeline.

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Why Choose Renaissance

Renaissance is your go-to translation agency. Our expert team will meet your specific requirements and can provide comprehensive language translation services, consistent results and reliable service.

Excellent Quality

Our translation services are only performed by well-vetted native speakers of the target language to make sure we deliver high quality and accurate translations.

Competitive Translation Rates

Accurate translations shouldn’t come at an exorbitant cost. We pride ourselves on having competitive rates and offer several price options to suit all possible budgets.

Quick Turnaround

We understand that sometimes you need to connect with audiences fast. Therefore, we use translation tools to expedite our processes and meet quick turnarounds.

Professional Indemnity Insurance

We provide our clients with broad protection through our full professional indemnity insurance, as recommended by the Association of Translation Companies in England.

Trumpeters of the Guard Hussar Regiment performing in Christiansborg Palace in Copenhagen, Denmark. Concept of Danish translators.

English to Danish Translation

There are some similarities between the English and Danish languages. These similarities arise thanks to the languages’ Germanic roots, meaning many common grammatical rules persist. For example, syntax form is generally the same in both languages; it takes on the Subject–Verb–Object word order in most sentences. Once professional English to Danish translators get to work, they will start using Danish vocabulary to form sentences effectively.

Phonetic similarities also exist between the two languages, with letters making similar sounds. Besides, there is a significant overlap in vocabulary, and around 1% of the Danish vocabulary comprises English loanwords. Examples include baby, database, establishment, and ketchup. Moreover, both languages are written from left to right and use the Latin alphabet, albeit Danish has three additional vowels (Æ, Ø, and Å).
Nevertheless, high-quality Danish translations are hard to come by. For one, Danish nouns are appointed one of two grammatical genders. The language is also heavily conjugated, making for some incredibly long words often never seen before. For a successful translation from English to Danish, these nuances and complexities must be understood entirely, so translations are best left to a professional Danish translation agency.

Women riding bicycles in downtown as a method of transportation. Concept of Danish translators.

Professional Danish Translators

Renaissance Translations maintains a network of over 5000 translators, including English to Danish translators. With translation services in any language on the books, we can provide high-quality Danish translation services, no matter what language you want to translate from.

We hold our Danish translators to strict standards; all of our translators have at least five years of translation experience, as well as qualifications in translation. We also insist that our linguists translate into their native language, to ensure the highest results. Therefore, all of our English to Danish translators speak Danish as their native language.
If you need to translate your document into multiple languages, below are some more available languages:

View from the ground of Axel Towers in downtown in Copenhagen. Concept of Danish translation.

Areas of Expertise

To properly enter the Danish market, you need access to professional Danish translation services. Thankfully, Renaissance Translations is the trusted Danish translation agency for leading brands worldwide. Our clients span all sectors, with no two projects the same. For this reason, our team has unrivalled industry expertise, which – combined with our linguistic capabilities – ensures success with all your translation projects.

We understand that many Danish to English translation projects require industry specific knowledge. This is why we work with industry experts across many sectors, to provide professional Danish translations. Whether you have a legal, financial, or medical text to translate, we have many industry expert translators available. Our Danish translators can also serve your business and marketing translation needs. Below are some of the sectors we recently provided translations for:

Rosenborg castle in a beautiful appearance with yellow roses and blue sky. Concept of Danish translation.

Danish Translation Tips and Insights

Our English to Danish translators are experts in producing effective translations. Here are two tips from our linguists to help guide your next translation to Danish. Use these to avoid errors and create content that helps to expand your business successfully.

Å vs. AA

The Danish language uses the Latin alphabet with three additional vowels. Å is one of the three extra characters; however, it only joined the alphabet in 1948. Before this date, “AA” was used and still appears in many old texts. The old character isn’t wholly phased out either and is often used formally in old towns. Professional Danish translators can help you decide which form of the character is best to use within your material.

Consider Word Compounding

The Danish vocabulary consists of many compounding words. These words are notoriously long and comprise two or more words joined together. Hence, when you translate to Danish, you must be aware of how compounding works to choose the correctly compounded form. The opposite, however, applies to a Danish to English translation as there is no direct translation for many compounded words, so a thorough understanding of meaning is critical.

A bicycle placed on house wall during sunset in Denmark. Concept of Danish language and translation.

Danish Language Facts

  • There are approximately 6 million Danish speakers worldwide. Most of these speakers live in Denmark and Northern Germany.
  • Danish is mutually intelligible with other Scandinavian languages, Norwegian and Swedish. In fact, Swedish frequently uses Danish in written communications.
  • Like English, Danish is written using the Latin alphabet. However, their alphabet version has three extra vowels: Æ, Ø, and Å.
  • The Danish language uses a lot of compounding and has incredibly long words. For example, the word Speciallægepraksisplanlægningsstabiliseringsperiode, means “period of plan stabilising for a specialist doctor’s practice”.
  • The Danish alphabet witnessed an update in 1948 when the letter å was added. Before this, the same sound was represented by “aa”.
  • Probably the most famous Danish author is Hans Christian Anderson (1805 – 1875). His stories, such as The Little Mermaid and The Snow Queen, are available in over 125 languages.

Popular Danish Translation Phrases

Here you can learn some of the most popular English phrases and their Danish translations.
Words to translate from English to Danish English to Danish Translation
Good morning
God morgen
Good luck
Held og lykke
I love you
Jeg elsker dig
Happy birthday
Tillykke med fødselsdagen
Thank you
Tak skal du have

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