Hungarian Technical Translation

Our Hungarian technical translators are able to translate documentation in areas as diverse as mechanical engineering, IT, electronics, aviation, chemistry, aeronautics, metallurgy, nuclear, waste management and mining.

Our qualified and vetted Hungarian technical translators have a proven track record in their area of specialisation. For extra peace of mind, we are happy to provide mini CVs of the translators who would be involved in your project. This gives you the reassurance that you have the right specialist for the job.

By using translation memory software, our Hungarian translators create a linguistic database during the process of translation. This ensures consistency in the use of terms as well as increased productivity and cost savings.

Confidentiality during the translation process

As part of our contract with you, we and our linguists are required to keep all material confidential that is not in the public domain. We are, of course, happy to sign more specific confidentiality agreements if required.

Please refer to our client feedback page to learn more about the unbeatable Hungarian language service we offer.


If you have a project you would like to discuss, do please call us on +44 (0)1544 388040 or contact us via our free Quote & File Uploads form.


Hungarian is an Ugric language with about 13 million speakers (in 2012) in Hungary (Magyarország), Romania, Serbia, Ukraine and Slovakia. There are also many people of Hungarian origin in the UK and other European countries, the USA, Canada and Australia.

Hungarian is a highly inflected language in which nouns can have up to 238 possible forms. It is related to Mansi, an Ob-Ugric language with about 4,000 speakers who live in the eastern Urals, and Khanty or Ostyak, the other Ob-Ugric language which is spoken by about 15,000 people in the Ob valley of western Siberia.

The earliest written text in Hungarian was a funeral oration (halotti beszéd) written in 1196, and the first complete book to be printed in Hungarian, Az zenth Paal leueley magyar nyeluen (The letters of Saint Paul in the Hungarian language) by Benedek Komjáti, was published in 1533 in Kraków in Poland. Hungarian literature flourished during the 18th and 19th centuries.

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Minden emberi lény szabadon születik és egyenlő méltósága és joga van. Az emberek, ésszel és lelkiismerettel bírván, egymással szemben testvéri szellemben kell hogy viseltessenek.
Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Hungarian example video

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AND LASTLY, A Hungarian Tongue Twister

Egy icike-picike pocok pocakon pöckölt egy másik icike-picike pockot, mire a pocakon pöckölt icike-picike pocok is jól pocakon pöckölte az őt pocakon pöckölő icike-picike pockot.