Although there is relatively low demand for Basque translations, we are fortunate to have our own Basque translators working with us at Absolute Translations Ltd who can help you adapt your documents to your target audience swiftly and accurately. Basque is a language spoken by nearly one million people residing in north-eastern Spain and south-western France. When you have mother-tongue translators with localised knowledge of plays on words and figures of speech, there is less chance of mistranslation. A few of the clients that have entrusted us with their translations are Hewlett Packard, UEFA, Oxford University & Press, Honda, NHS and United Colors of Benetton. If you are ready for high quality Basque translation services, try out our price estimate calculators and we can get business started. Native expert translators guaranteed.
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Absolute Translations has created different teams of Basque translators to support your translation needs, depending on the subject matter of your documents. All of our Basque translators are native speakers of the target language, with a minimum of 5 years’ experience and academic qualifications in translation and interpreting. Therefore we are able to handle any document that needs to be localised into or from the Basque language.
Basque has eight distinct dialects and comes from debatable origins. Some scholars claim it originates from the Aquitanian language, while others believe it is similar to languages spoken anciently in Asian minor and that it stems from there. Whatever the case may be, Basque is certainly not an Indo-European language and there is no other language with which it has an established relationship.
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