Farsi Translation


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Professional Farsi translation services in London

Make yourself heard wherever Farsi is spoken. That’s a huge swathe of the Middle East. There are eager Farsi speakers in Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Iraq, and Russia.

Asian Absolute’s Farsi translation and interpreting services are designed to enable UK businesses to break into Farsi or Persian-speaking markets. Equally, they’re often used by Farsi speakers who need to communicate in English as fluently and easily as they do in their own native language.

When you need to make sure your translated text is as authoritative and culturally persuasive as your original, this is the service you need.

Why choose Asian Absolute?

Your project will only ever be worked on by native-speaking linguists. This is vital. Because no other kind of language specialist will have the same ear or eye for a language as someone who’s spoken it their entire life.

The native-speaking linguists who deliver your Farsi translation services will always be native to the dialect used in the specific region you are targeting. Similarly, for Farsi to English translation, we only ever use native English speakers of your chosen market – the UK, Australia, or the US, for example.

This gets you a powerfully persuasive translated text which also takes into account local cultural preferences, implications and stylistic habits.

  • Your linguist will always be a specialist in your field – either by training or experience, and usually both
  • We work 24/7 until project your project is finalised – something made possible by our global network of language specialists
  • All of our Farsi interpreters and translators are native speakers of the language they are going to be interpreting or translating into
  • You will easily find speakers of any Farsi dialect spoken in Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Iraq, Russia, Azerbaijan…
  • All work meets the industry’s high ISO:9001 quality management standard


Asian Absolute helped FTChinese.com in the challenging task of building a world-class translation service. They provide top quality, personal service.

Financial Times

I was extremely impressed by Asian Absolute’s hard work to complete the project to our high standards and within a very tight timeframe.

Global Witness

Many thanks for your help and also for providing an interpreter for the week, she was absolutely fantastic and a real life-saver!

Guinness World Records

Interesting facts about the Farsi language – a.k.a. Persian

Farsi is spoken in several different places, primarily in the Middle East and Central Asia. The language has several major dialects and many minor depending on where it is spoken. For instance, you might need the type of Farsi spoken in:

  1. Iran: Farsi, sometimes referred to as Persian, though primarily by non-speakers, is the official language of Iran. It isn’t the only language spoken here, however. You might also need Gilaki, Mazanderani, Lurush or Lari.
  2. Afghanistan: the type of Farsi spoken in Afghanistan has been officially known as Dari or Dari Persian since 1958. It is also sometimes called Afghan Persian.
  3. Tajikistan: the variety of Farsi spoken in Tajikistan has been called Tajiki, Tajik or Tajiki Persian from the 1990s onwards.

But there are important political, social and cultural considerations even in naming the language. For example, amongst some communities in Afghanistan, efforts to rename Farsi as Dari have been labelled an attempt to separate these communities from the wider Persian world.

For this reason and many more besides, it’s critical to use professional linguists who understand the deeper cultural connotations and implications of the language which is being used.

Farsi translation and interpreting services for businesses in all sectors

We provide Farsi translation and interpreting services to companies in the UK and across the world. Some of the industries which commonly use us include:



Life Sciences

Banking & Finance

Marketing & PR





Travel & Tourism



Choosing the right Farsi interpreters for your needs

Choosing Farsi interpreters for your UK or global business is more than just making sure you get an expert who speaks the correct dialect for the area you’re in.

You also need to decide based on the purpose for which you need a linguist in the first place. In some situations, you might need a simultaneous interpreter. On other occasions, a consecutive interpreter might be sufficient.

We’ll be happy to advise you on this when you tell us about your requirements.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much will my translation cost?

The long answer is that your translation cost will vary depending on things like the volume of material you need to have translated, your target language/s as well as several other important factors.

The short answer is that it’s always best to get in touch for a free quote. There’s no fee or obligation – and you can get a clearly costed price breakdown of your specific project so you know exactly where you stand.

Do you offer discounts for volume?

If you often find yourself in need of professional translation services, we may be able to offer you special rates. These will be based on the amount of work and level of partnership you have in mind.

We do this for numerous regular clients around the world, ensuring a cost-effective solution for each client’s unique requirements.

How do I pay for my translation services?

We accept domestic and international bank transfers, most major credit and debit cards and PayPal payments from both private individuals and companies. Just let us know how you prefer to pay and we will be happy to suggest a method which is convenient for you.

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