WORDtrans’ Portuguese Translation Service is busy! In the past twelve months, WORDtrans translated more than 319,000 words from English and Portuguese, emphasising how popular our Portuguese Translation Service is.
WORDtrans is your ideal partner for a Portuguese translation. WORDtrans offers a fast, efficient and high-quality language translation service to and from Portuguese to all other language variations. Our Portuguese translations are carried out by native Portuguese translators who specialise in a wide range of areas, including business, marketing, technical, legal, medical/pharmaceutical and financial. Whatever your translation needs, WORDtrans Portuguese Translation Service can handle all types of documentation translation, including legal contracts, websites, manuals and advertising.
WORDtrans’ Portuguese translators undergo a rigorous selection process that requires both a professional qualification in linguistics and in their field of speciality. There is also ongoing performance monitoring to ensure high standards are maintained. Our Portuguese translation experts’ extensive professional experience can be depended upon to meet your deadlines and commitments.
WORDtrans’ Portuguese translation services are high-quality and dependable with rapid turnaround to meet your deadlines and commitments. The translation technology we use ensures translation consistency even when a team of translators is working on a single large project or when translations are subsequently updated.
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Portugal’s history dates back to the Early Middle Ages. In the 15th and 16th centuries, Portugal became a leading power and it built up a huge Empire in parts of Africa, South America, Asia and Australasia. Afterwards, there was a period of gentle decline as it lost much of its lucrative spice and slave trades.
Portugal lost two crucial battles, the latter with allies Spain against England, before a disastrous earthquake in 1755 destroyed much of the capital. In 1822, its largest colony, Brazil, left the union and over a decade or so, about 2 million people left Portugal for new lives and better prospects in Brazil and the US.
Portugal was ruled by a political dictatorship until 1974 when a new government was installed that heralded sweeping reforms. Portugal joined what is now the European Union in 1986. Portugal’s economy has suffered along with most other EU regions in recent years and the country was forced to apply for a bail-out fund and implement austerity measures.
Over 236 million people worldwide are native Portuguese speakers. Portuguese is the official language of Portugal, Brazil, Cape Verde, Angola, Guinea Bissau, Mozambique, Principe, Sao Tome, and Equatorial Guinea.
Portuguese is also spoken in Goa (India), Macao, and East Timor.
Portugal: 10.7 million Capital, Lisbon: 550,000
Portugal produces 70% of the world’s cork exports. And has the world’s largest cork forest
Lisbon has one of the mildest climates in Europe with an annual average of 2900-3300 hours of sunshine
The national flower of Portugal is the Lavender