Uzbek Translation – Professional Uzbek Translation Agency
About the Uzbek language
Uzbek (Oʻzbek tili) is a Turkic language of the Altaic language family. It is the official language of Uzbekistan. This language is also spoken by many in Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Afghanistan, and China.
Uzbek is highly influenced by Russian and Tajik, as well as indirectly influenced by Arabic. Uzbek is divided into two main dialects: Southern Uzbek, and Northern Uzbek (the Kipchak Uzbek dialect is, in fact, Kazakh dialect). The population of Uzbekistan is 35 million people. The capital of Uzbekistan is Toshkent.
Document translation into Uzbek: When is it needed?
If you need to translate a document into Uzbek, our professional translators are ready to fulfil an order of any complexity or field. We can translate a document in any format: Word, PDF, JPG, and others.
This service is necessary to translate the following texts:
- Contracts and agreements;
- Project estimates;
- Scientific research works;
- References, passports and birth certificates;
- Marriage and divorce certificates, marriage contracts;
- Documents for receiving an inheritance;
- Court documents;
- Certificates of good conduct.
Littera24 translation agency works with Uzbek translators with long-term working experience in various business fields, with legal, technical, and medical translations. Be sure that we guarantee an accurate translation to Uzbek, as all our Uzbek linguists are tested, have corresponding education and working experience and minimal experience of 3 years.
Quality translation from Uzbek into English is our daily job done by professional Uzbek translators, as well as we often work with translation from English into Uzbek ordered by our clients from England. Our technical Uzbek-Russian translators are in high demand from Uzbek and Russian customers. Our Ukrainian-Uzbek translators are popular in the Ukrainian market. You can also order the translation to many other languages from the best Uzbek translator in Littera24.
In 1993, the government of Uzbekistan officially accepted that Uzbek should use the Latin alphabet, whereas earlier it used the Cyrillic alphabet. On the other hand, the Uzbeks who live in China use the Arabic alphabet. The literary language is based on the Toshkent-Fergana dialect. In 2018, an additional alphabet reform project was published.
As a consequence, it was suggested to replace diagraphs Ch ch, Sh sh, GʻgʻOʻo` with o ç, ş ş, Ğ ğ, Ŏ ŏ. In 2019, one more reform project was published: Ch ch, Sh sh, GʻgʻO’Oʻ were replaced with Ç ç, ş ş, Ǵ ǵ, Ó ó, and letter C return to the alphabet.
Latin Uzbek alphabet
Cyrillic Uzbek alphabet
Examples of writing in Uzbek:
- Salom! – Hi!
- Assalomu alaykum! — Good morning!
- Xayrli tun! – Good night! (female and male)
- Raxmat! – Thank you!
- Ha – Yes
- Yo’q – No
- Meni ismim … – My name is…
- O’zbekcha bilmayman. — I don’t speak Uzbek.
Uzbek translation confidentiality
We guarantee full confidentiality of your documents as we work with our translators and other suppliers under NDA (non-disclosure) agreements. Customers can be safe working with us.
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