Portuguese Translation Services
For over 25 years Jonckers has been an innovator in speedy, cost effective translation
At Jonckers, our network of accredited Portuguese language experts provide high quality translation and localization services. Word-for-word translation isn’t enough in most cases. The content needs to be localized in order for the target audience, who are native Portuguese speakers, to truly understand the context and meaning of what you’re trying to communicate with them.
Irrespective of whether the content is meant for retail and e-commerce websites, e-learning platforms, marketing purposes, technical documents, multimedia or others, our team of trained and certified translators will ensure that the results are of the highest standard.
In fact, the team of translators we assign to work on your content are not only experts in Portuguese, they are also specifically trained to translate content in your industry, at Jonckers we are specialists in certified translations. It ensures that the translated content is accurately localized to both the language and the industry.
Unlike most other translation service providers, we let you track the progress of the translated content via our in-house online translation platform, WordsOnline. We constantly track the progress of the translated content with our specially created algorithms, which ensures that all high risk content is immediately flagged and undergoes extra quality control.
Complexities With The Portuguese Language
A significant number of people in Uruguay and Paraguay, which share a border with Brazil, also speak Portuguese or one of its dialects. However, Portuguese isn’t an official language in either of these countries.
In Portugal, dialects of Portuguese are primarily divided into two groups. The southern and central dialects includes the dialect spoken in the capital city of Portugal, Lisbon, while the northern dialects includes the dialect of Portugal’s second largest city, Porto.
The one other distinct dialect of Portuguese is known as Barranquenho. It’s spoken in the town of Barrancos, which is located near the Spanish border and the dialect bears significant resemblance to the South Spanish dialects.
In Brazil, the dialects are broadly divided into two groups as well — southern and northern groups. For the longest time the dialects spoken in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro had a major influence on most of the country, but with increased migration and movement from the northern states to the southern states has reduced that to a certain extent.
The dialects of Portuguese spoken in Africa and Asia are similar to that spoken in Portugal.
Are you looking for a quick quote for quality Portuguese translation from the Jonckers team? As a leading translation agency we have a friendly team are on hand to answer any questions that you may have.
In a lot of instances people can get confused between Spanish and Portuguese, we have a dedicated team of Spanish Translators if you are looking for Spanish rather than Portuguese translation services.