Khmer(Cambodian) Language Services

Khmer Translations

Language Localist provides high quality and timely translations from English into Khmer and from Khmer into English. Language Localist manages all fields ranging from general emails to complex manuals translation from and into Khmer. Regardless of the project type we assure you that we will provide you with the best quality Khmer translations.

Our professional team of Khmer translators is capable of translating for varied subjects and industries including Medical (Clinical Trails, Consent Documents), Legal, IT (Hardware & Software), Technical (Manuals, Product Brochures), Academic documents and General correspondence etc. Your document will be handled by a professional Khmer translator who will translate your documents with extreme care and detail. We guarantee accuracy and privacy in translating your documents. Feel free to contact us for any kind of Khmer translations. We welcome you to contact us for more information about our company or to obtain a free quote on Khmer translations.

Khmer Typesetting / DTP

Our multilingual DTP department is made up of highly professional operators and linguists with considerable typesetting experience in Khmer language. In addition to that, we have the experience to deal with the most complex typesetting requirements. We can handle DTP jobs of any length, from a small business card to a multipage booklet. Our final quality process ensures that your documents are typeset to your complete satisfaction.

We can typeset your documents in your preferred DTP format (QuarkXpress, InDesign, Illustrator, MS-Office applications etc.), on both Windows and Mac platforms.

Other Khmer language services offered

  • Proofreading/Editing
  • Transcription
  • Voice-over
  • Subtitling

Khmer Language Facts

Khmer or Cambodian is the language of the Khmer people and the official language of Cambodia. It is also spoken by more than a million people in southern Vietnam, and by approximately 1.3 million people in southeastern Thailand. Modern written Khmer uses a script that originated in South India. Furthermore, much of the modern Khmer vocabulary borrows from Pali and Sanskrit languages. It is also the earliest recorded and earliest written language of the Mon-Khmer family, predating Mon and by a significant margin Vietnamese.

Khmer has its own script, an abugida known in Khmer as Aksar Khmer.

Spoken in: Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, USA, France, Australia, Canada

Khmer Language speakers

15.7 to 21.6 million (2004)

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