Belarusian Language Translation

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Belarusian Translation Service

All Translation Services specializes in providing high quality English to Belarusian and Belarusian to English translation services for personal and for business use. Our extensive network of professional Belarusian translators means that translation from Belarusian to English and English to Belarusian are one of our most specialized services.

As an ISO certified company, we are always eager to serve our customers efficiently by finding new ways to improve our quality & reduce our prices, so our customers benefit both ways.

Whatever kind of translation you have - legal, technical, medical or general documents - we are happy to handle anything from small-scale translation to large-scale localization projects with ease.

About Belarusian Language

Belarusian language is at present spoken by about four to nine million speakers in Belarus, Poland and fourteen other countries. The Belarusian alphabet is a form of the Cyrillic alphabet. The Belarusian language has two main dialects, Northeastern and Southwestern.

We translate Belarusian language with ease and on time!

We give you the best turnaround time for your Belarusian to English and English to Belarusian translation. Our Belarusian translators can translate an average of 2500 to 3000 words per day. We time our services to your needs. We don’t follow other people’s standards: we set our own new standards everyday by achieving our goals and by supplying high quality English to Belarusian and Belarusian to English Translation Services to our clients.


About Belarusian Language

беларуская мова BGN/PCGN: byelaruskaya mova

Country Where Spoken

Belarus, Poland

Official Language of



Azerbaijan, Canada, Estonia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Russia (Europe), Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, USA, Uzbekistan

Alternate Names

Belarusian, Belorussian, Bielorussian, Byelorussian, White Russian, White Ruthenian

Total Speakers


Language Family

Balto-Slavic, Belarusian, East Slavic, Indo-European, Slavic

Writing Style



Northeast Belarusan, Southwest Belarusan, Central Belarusan, Linguistically between Russian and Ukrainian