Turkish translation services in London, the UK and Europe
The clients who use Asian Absolute’s Turkish translation services in London, across the UK and around the world benefit from the cultural connections our globe-spanning network rewards us with.
That’s because Turkish is a language which is used in numerous different regions. Around the Mediterranean, across Europe and beyond. This means there’s a real need for your Turkish translator to be a native speaker of the particular region or culture you are targeting. Be it in Turkey itself, Cyprus or one of the numerous Turkish-speaking communities elsewhere.
You might need to localise a single technical document, your website, your branding or any of a hundred other kinds of material. Whatever your project, we’ll match you with a native linguist who is also a specialist in your industry – someone who knows all of the latest trends and terminology and will get your message across loud and clear.
Why choose Asian Absolute?
- Your own personal project manager hand-picked from an award-winning team
- Industry-specialist translators with 5+ years experience and/or Masters degree qualifications
- Native-speaking linguistsassigned to every project
- The swiftest possible turnaround on all Turkish to English and English to Turkish translation
- ISO:9001 quality standard-compliance and triple-layer Quality Assurance processes
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Turkish translation services for any London or UK market sector
You’ll want the translated version of your text to be as well-positioned, fluent and authoritative as your original.
This is only possible when native-speaking subject matter specialists are in charge of the localisation process.
At Asian Absolute, they always are. That’s why we’re the first choice for Turkish translation for businesses in the following industries across London, the UK and worldwide:
Banking & Finance
Marketing & PR
Travel & Tourism
All Turkish dialects covered
Of the roughly 80 million Turkish speakers in the world, the majority speak the main, almost-standardised form of the language sometimes referred to as Istanbul Turkish or Turkey Turkish.
However, there are numerous dialects. The Cypriot Turkish (Kıbrıs Türkçesi) spoken by Turkish Cypriots is prominent amongst them. Others include Karamnli Turkish (used by some Turkish-speaking peoples in Greece), Rumelian Turkish, Syrian Turkmen, Iraqi Turkmen and Meskhetian.
No matter which part of the Turkish-speaking world you are targeting though, Asian Absolute will ensure you get your message across. We do the same if you are a Turkish-speaking business targeting an English-speaking community in the UK, the US or elsewhere.
Select expertise ideal for your project
To accomplish the sheer range of Turkish translation projects we take on for our clients, we need experts in many different fields.
On any given day, we might find ourselves working on a re-branding project, localising technical schematics or translating entire books. That’s why we keep specialists in a wide range of fields on-hand:
- Patent translations
- Typesetting services
- App and software translation
- Marketing translation
- Technical translation
- Video and audio localisation
- Subtitle engineering
- Website localisation
Numerous clients also call on us to provide notarised, Apostilled and certified translations of official documents. This is something that we’re more than happy and qualified to do.
Call in Turkish interpreters for any event
We regularly provide highly skilled Turkish interpreters for events in the UK, Turkey and elsewhere. These include:
- Business meetings and conferences
- Presentations and speeches
- Dinners and other social events
- Voice-over and dubbingprojects
- Specialist medical interpreters
- Professional court interpreters
We always ensure that – just like our written Turkish translation services – the linguist we assign as your interpreter has an extensive background in your industry as well as in-depth local cultural knowledge. They’ll be able to support you in achieving a clear understanding of local etiquette and body language as well as succeed in verbal communication.
You can count on us for any mode of interpreting service – consecutive, simultaneous, whispered – which will meet your particular needs.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is the Turkish language Arabic?
Turkish and Arabic are different languages and, barring some very few shared loanwords and religious terms, are completely distinct from one another. They have completely different sounds, vocabulary, and grammatical structures.
Turkish is part of the Altaic and Turkic language group, closely related to languages like Turkmen, Uzbek, and Kazakh.
Arabic is part of the Afro-Asiatic language group, more closely related to Hebrew and Ethiopian.
What is the alphabet of Turkey?
For about 1000 years up until 1928, Turkish was written using the Arabic alphabet. But from 1928 onward, the Latin alphabet has been used.
English speakers usually find this quite easy to understand after a little practice. There are 29 letters in the Turkish alphabet, with a small selection (Ç, Ş, Ğ, I, İ, Ö, Ü) having been modified to represent sounds made in the spoken form of the language and a few others (Q, W, X) removed.
Where is Turkish spoken?
Turkish is only an official language in Turkey, where it is spoken by around 74 million people as their native language.
Because of the geography of Turkey – specifically, the fact that the city of Istanbul is partly in Europe and partly in Asia – it can be said that Turkish is an official language in one country but on two continents.
You will also find Turkish speakers in Cyprus and in other places in the Middle East and Europe (including 1.5 million in Germany).