Uzbek Ukrainian Translation

Uzbek Ukrainian Translation

The Uzbek language is the Turkic language, the official language of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the regional language in eight northern provinces (regions) of Afghanistan.

In addition, it is spoken in Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Russia, Turkey and other countries. It is quite dialectical, which allows you to use it while communicating with different ethnical subgroups. It is the native language and the main communication tool for most Uzbeks.

The formation of the Uzbek language was complex and multidimensional.

Largely due to the efforts of the Uzbek famous poet Alisher Navoi, the Old Uzbek language became a uniform and developed literary language, the philological norms and traditions of which were preserved until the end of the 19th century.

In the early XX century the Uzbek writing rules became the subject to democratization, and as a result they became more simple and accessible to a wider stratums of rural population.

During the Soviet era, the Uzbek orthographical standards underwent several drastic reforms and in 1940 the former soviet republic started using the Cyrillic alphabet.

In 1993, the Uzbek language was officially translated into the Latin alphabet. However, unlike Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan, the Soviet-era Cyrillic alphabet continues to be used even on the official level, coexisting with the Latin alphabet.

At the same time, the Uzbek Latin alphabet, adopted in 1995, is actually a transliteration of the Cyrillic alphabet, which differs from all other Turkic Latin alphabets. Among the Uzbeks of Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan and China, the Arabic alphabet prevails.

Since the time Uzbekistan gained its independence, there have been tendencies towards the purification of the language from borrowings, mainly Russian words, and actively replacing them with adoptions from the Turkish language.

It is important to mention that more than 90 Ukrainian delegations and groups come to Uzbekistan annually. Of course, the fact that many people speak fluent Russian in Uzbekistan makes these visits productive and constructive. However, the official and business meetings cannot do without professional translators from Unona Translation Service. If your business is connected with entrepreneurs from Uzbekistan, Unona Translation Service is ready to offer you the full range of translation services: from interpretation support to website localization.

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Cost of Uzbek into Ukrainian translation service
SERVICE
AVERAGE COMPLEXITY
ADVANCED COMPLEXITY*

Document translation (birth certificates, marriage certificates, passports, etc.)

150 uah.

Text translation**

1 uah. per word
from 1.6 uah. per word

Proofreading by a Ukrainian native speaking translator

0.5 uah. per word
from 0.8 uah. per word

Notary public certification

150 uah.
150 uah.

Consecutive interpreting***

400 uah. per hour
from 640 uah. per hour

Skype interpreting

360 uah. per hour
from 580 uah. per hour

Notes:

*Advanced complexity text: requires domain-specific knowledge (technical, IT, medical, marketing, website localization, etc.)

**Minimum order:  150 uah. for text translation and 2 hours for interpreting

Standard timeframe for a document translation: 2 working days

Surcharge for urgent translation:  +50% (within a working day) and +100% (within 2 hours)

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