Hungarian Translation Services
Lingua Translations is a globally renowned provider of quality Hungarian translation and interpreting services, carried out by qualified and professional Hungarian translators and interpreters in a large number of sectors, which include: business, multimedia, public sector, financial, legal, sports, technical, and many more.
Population 10 million people
Language family Uralic, Ugric group
Related languages Khanty, Mansi
Number of global speakers Around 15 million worldwide
- Sourcing a Hungarian translation
Finding a professional translation company to handle your Hungarian translation can be difficult. The industry is vast, and so time must be taken to ensure that you find an accredited company that offers the very best Hungarian translation services, both from and into Hungarian.
At Lingua Translations, we believe that trust is vital. We trust our expert Hungarian linguists in the same way as we anticipate you will trust us with the responsibility of handling your Hungarian translation project.
Lingua Translations only work with in-country, native Hungarian translators. They all have, at the very least, five years of professional experience in Hungarian translation, whilst they each have set specialisms in various areas. This means we can handpick a Hungarian translator who perfectly matches the nature of your project, and who has knowledge and expertise in your field.
- Hungarian translation – a language overview
Hungarian, or Magyar, belongs to the Ugric group of the Uralic language. The Ugric group is made up of three languages; Hungarian, Khanty and Mansi.
The official language of Hungary in Central-Eastern Europe, Hungarian is spoken by around 15 million people worldwide by people in places such as: Austria, Australia, Canada, Croatia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, UK, Ukraine and the USA.
It is spoken natively in some areas of Austria, Croatia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine.
The Hungarian alphabet is based upon the Latin writing system, and has 44 letters in the greater version.