Turkish Translation

Turkish Language Solutions
for Clients Large and Small

Green Crescent is a professional language provider specializing in Turkish translation. We offer document translation services in such diverse areas as business, legal, medical, technical, financial, scientific, government, engineering, software, gaming, and IT just to name a few. We also perform related services in desk top publishing, graphic design, transcription, copywriting, as well as website localization. We can also perform translations in non-English language pairs.

Professional translators

Educated, professional linguistic specialists translating into their native language. All Green Crescent linguists work exclusively in their mother tongues to ensure the highest level of quality and authenticity - no machine translations, ever.

Quick Facts

With over 56 million speakers, Turkish is the official language of Turkey and mother tongue to 90 percent of its population. Turkish is also the first-language of many people living within the boundaries of what was once the Ottoman Empire. There are about 900,000 speakers in Bulgaria and another 40,000 in the former Soviet republics of Azerbaijan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. In Cyprus, where Turkish is spoken by about one in five people, it is one of two official languages along with Greek. In the 1920s, the establishment of the Turkish state brought about the need for substantial language reform. Turkish was declared the nation's official language and efforts were made to purge it of words borrowed from Arabic and Persian and to replace them Turkish. Most importantly, the Arabic alphabet was replaced with the Roman alphabet which is the current standard.

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Green Crescent can customize our services to suit your needs and your budget. You can read more about the different types of Turkish language services we offer and their associated costs here.

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