Macedonian Translation Services

Lingua Translations is a national award winning, global leader in providing high quality Macedonian translation and interpreting services, all of which are carried out by fully qualified and vetted translators and interpreters, who are all registered members of professional bodies and organisations.

Our Macedonian translators and interpreters cover a diverse range of industries and sectors, which include public sector, multimedia, business, financial, legal, technical, and many more.

Location Republic of Macedonia,
Population 2 million people
Language family South Slavic group, Indo-European family
Related languages Bulgarian, Serbo-Croatian
Number of global speakers Up to three million worldwide

Sourcing a Macedonian translation

It is likely that you do not speak Macedonian yourself, and you may never have dealt with Macedonian translation requirements before. Therefore, we advise that you take your time in sourcing a professional translation company to handle your Macedonian translation project.

Be sure to read about the company’s Macedonian translation service guarantees, and how they recruit their linguists. After all, you want to be able to trust the company entirely and be sure that they can produce a high quality Macedonian translation for you that fully conveys the message of your original source text.

Lingua Translations only work with in-country, native speaking Macedonian translators, all of whom have at least five years’ professional experience in Macedonian translation both from and into the language. Meanwhile, our Macedonian linguists all specialise in one or more industries/sectors, meaning we can handpick a Macedonian translator with knowledge and expertise in the area relating to that of your text.

If you require a Macedonian translation of a certificate, document, contract, publication, marketing material, website, or any other manner of text, Lingua Translations can provide the perfect translator(s) for you.

Macedonian translation – a language overview

Macedonian is a South Slavic language of the Indo-European family. It is the official language of the Republic of Macedonia, one of the successor states of the former Yugoslavia.

The language is spoken by between two to three million people in Macedonia, as well as the diaspora. Macedonian is a recognised minority language in Albania, Romania and Serbia.

Macedonian is closely related to Bulgarian, with a degree of mutual intelligibility. The language has its own alphabet, based upon the Cyrillic script.

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