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The Process for Kyrgyz Translations
- Email, fax or post us the document you need translating into English/Kyrgyz.
- A project manager will be assigned and you will receive a quote within 10-20 minutes.
- If you are happy with the quote then we get cracking!
- You get your translation back how and when you want it.
Our Kyrgyz Translation Service
Quality: We only use top translators to ensure tip-top translations.
Competitive Prices: We charge fairly, consistently and in a transparent manner.
Customer Service: With Kwintessential you have your own dedicated project manager to guide you through the whole process.
We know that Kyrgyz language translation is far more than simply switching words between languages. We will make sure that your translation clearly, accurately and culturally conveys the true meaning, intent and spirit of the original text.
Comprehensive Kyrgyz Translations
Kwintessential provides cost-effective, professional, high-quality English to Kyrgyz translations and Kyrgyz to English translations. We pride ourselves on delivering Kyrgyz translation you can trust will be right the first time.
We work with a wide range of documents in various fields of industry including:
- Legal translations
- Marketing translation
- Technical translation
- Financial translation
- Website translation
Certified Kyrgyz Translations
For those needing an official translation, we can also provide certified translations of personal documents such as marriage certificates, birth certificates, academic qualifications and the like.
Turkish Language – Did you Know Kyrgyz Facts?
Kyrgyz or Kirghiz is a Turkic language and (together with Russian) is an official language of Kyrgyzstan. Kyrgyz is spoken by about 4 million people in Kyrgyzstan, China, Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Pakistan and Russia. Kyrgyz was originally written in a modified Arabic script until the mid-20th century when a Latin script was briefly used. However, due to Soviet influence, a modified form of the Cyrillic alphabet eventually became standardized and has remained so to this day (although the Arabic script is still used among some Kyrgyz).