Skrivanek offers translations into Uzbek performed by translators with long-term experience in the sector and specialist knowledge in the required field (medicine, finance, law – depending on the customer’s needs). While performing the translation from Uzbek into Polish and vice versa, a skilful translator of the given language may accurately convey the message contained in the content, maintaining compliance with the source text. Our experience is the guarantee of your satisfaction with the translation performed. Uzbek is one of our specialities. Skrivanek branch offices are located in Warsaw and other cities in Poland. If you are looking for a professional who uses the Uzbek language, you have just found the correct place – our offer includes comprehensive services of translation from Polish into Uzbek and from Uzbek into Polish. We also offer translations from any language included in our offer into Uzbek and vice versa.
Who speaks Uzbek?
Approximately 18 million people use Uzbek all over the world. For the vast majority of them, this is their native language. Uzbek belongs to the group of the Karluk (Turkish) languages constituting part of the Altaic language family. Outside Uzbekistan, where it is the official language, Uzbek is used mainly in Afghanistan. In addition, a significant number of Uzbek users may be encountered in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Turkmenistan and China. Uzbek minorities live in Australia, Israel, Germany, Turkey, the United States and Ukraine.
History of the Uzbek language
In the 8th century, Uzbekistan came under the rule of the Arabs. For this reason, until 1927 Uzbek was recorded in the Arabic alphabet. The Uzbek language may be considered the direct descendant or a later form of Chagatai (currently extinct), which played the role as lingua franca in Central Asia from the 13th until 19th centuries. The author and poet Ali-Shir Nava’i, who is widely regarded as the father of the Uzbek literature, contributed to the popularisation of Uzbek. In 1940-1992, when Uzbekistan was a Soviet republic and operated as the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic, the Uzbek language was recorded with the Cyrillic alphabet. Since 1992, it has been officially written in the Latin alphabet, however it is still possible to encounter records written in the Cyrillic or Arabic alphabet.
Use of the Uzbek language in business
Although currently the business cooperation between Poland and Uzbekistan is in its infancy (in 2018 it was less than 1% of the Uzbek trade in goods), we may observe the upwards trend. In 2018, the Polish exports increased by almost 140% and import by approximately 4%. In order to commence economic activities in Uzbekistan, companies need the knowledge of Uzbek. In addition to its knowledge, it is extremely important to take care of professional translations of all corporate materials into Uzbek, whereas in the case of importing goods (for example fruit and vegetables, copper, yarn) to the Polish market, it is worth taking care of professional translations from Uzbek into Polish. It will definitely contribute to the success on the demanding international market.
Translators of the Uzbek language
Skrivanek performs professional translations into and from Uzbek. We cooperate with experienced staff of Uzbek language translators who specialise in various disciplines. We may provide both standard and certified translations. Our offer is addressed to companies operating in different sectors (industrial, technical, medical, legal and many others). We will perform the translation of agreements, company documents, invoices, catalogues, advertising slogans, reports, business correspondence, legal acts, powers of attorney, forms and other materials, also classified. Our translators of the Uzbek language will not only take care of the translation correctness, but also the effectiveness of the text, its appropriate style and adaptation to the cultural context.
Orders for translations into and from Uzbek most frequently performed:
standard and business translations into and from Uzbek; express translations; certified translations; proofreading; localisation; translation of websites into Uzbek; DTP – graphic preparation of documents; interpreting from and into Uzbek – simultaneous and consecutive;