Kwintessential offers you the complete Basque translation service. All our Basque translations are of the highest quality, completed in the shortest possible time and charged at the most competitive rates.
For an unbeatable Basque translation service, you are in the right place.
The Dedicated Basque Translation Team
We have been providing our clients with top-class Basque translations for years. Through excellence in translating and a truly customer orientated service, we continue to earn a reputation for being the sure-fire, hassle-free Basque translation service.
All our clients, whether individuals or multinationals are guaranteed the following:
- Superb customer service
- Finest Basque translations
- Simple, easy service
- Competitive prices
With a wealth of experience and thousands of satisfied clients, we guarantee satisfaction.
No-nonsense Basque Translation Service
Our Basque translation service offers everything you need in one convenient place:
Qualified, experienced translators: When using our Basque translation service you draw on the expertise of a dedicated team of translation professionals. All are qualified, veteran translators that work solely into their native languages. We offer translations both into/from Basque into/from English.
Translations of any topic: We cover any subject matter including…
- Life sciences translations
- Automotive translations
- Insurance translations
- Law translations
- Construction translations
- Marketing and advertising translations
- Finance and banking translations
Any size document: We take on jobs with as little as 50 words right up to projects with over 50,000 words.
Any format: You can send us hard copies, emails, word documents, PDFs, scanned images, websites or any other format available.
Did you know?
Basque is the language spoken by the Basque people who inhabit the Pyrenees in North-Central Spain and the adjoining region of South-Western France.
It is spoken by approximately a quarter of the Basques, with its stronghold in the contiguous area from central Biscay through Gipuzkoa, northern Navarre and parts of Labourd to sparsely populated Lower Navarre and Soule. Until reintroduced into the education system, it had not been spoken in most of Álava, in western Biscay, or in the southern half of Navarre in the recent past. Out of a total of nearly 3,000,000 Basques, it is estimated that some 1,063,000 speak Basque in which 632,000 are native speakers. Approximately 566,000 of the latter live in the Spanish Basque country, with the rest residing in the French part.