Farsi to English Translation

At Bruton Translations, you can count on the expertise of a team of Farsi to English translation professionals with many years of experience. Our rigorous quality control process, involving in-depth proofreading and editing, assures that you will receive the best translation money can buy.

100% Human Farsi to English Translation

Our Farsi translation services are performed 100% by professional human translators who are native speakers fluent in Farsi and English. This is important because machine-based translation offerings cannot distinguish between sarcasm and culturally inappropriate phrases. Computer translation often misses or skips words the software cannot recognize. Proper grammar is often difficult to achieve with machine-based translation as well.  So why risk the embarrassment resulting from these types of problems, especially with your important communications. Bruton Translations can deliver a quality result.


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Example of Farsi to English Translation:

خانم ميرزاخاني، نخستين زن و اولين ايراني است كه توانسته اين جايزه را دريافت كند او كه ٣٧ سال سن دارد، دانش آموخته دانشگاه صنعتي شريف تهران و دانشگاه هاروارد آمريكا است. مريم ميرزاخاني به خاطر تحقيقاتش در زمينه ديناميك و هندسه رويه هاي ريماني و فضاهاي پيمانه اي آنها أين جايزه را دريافت كرده است. در سال ٢٠٠٦ مجله “پاپيولار ساينس” او را به عنوان يكي إز ١٠ نابغه آمريكاي شمالي معرفي كرد.

Maryam Mirzakhani, a professor of mathematics at Stanford University and Iranian Mathematician, won the Fields Medal, which is the world’s most prestigious award in the field of mathematics. The Fields Medal is known as the Nobel Prize of mathematics, and is awarded every four years to four or less mathematicians under the age of 40. The Fields Medal is in honor of Canadian mathematician John Charles Fields. The prize comes with a monetary award, worth C$15,000 (in Canadian Dollars).

Maryam Mirzakhani, 37 years old, graduated from Sharif University of Technology in Tehran and Harvard University. She became both the first woman and the first Iranian honored with the Fields Medal. Maryam Mirzakhani was awarded the Fields Medal for her work on “the dynamics and geometry of Riemann surfaces and their moduli spaces”. In 2006, she was recognized as one of the “brilliant 10” extraordinary scientists in North America at Popular Science magazine.