Basque Translation Services

Lingua Translations a national award winning provider of quality Basque translation and interpreting services. All of our Basque translation and interpreting services are undertaken by professional Basque translators and interpreters, all of whom are fully qualified and registered with various professional associations.

Our native Basque linguists work across a variety of sectors too; from business, financial and legal to sports, media and technical, plus many more.

Location Basque Country, Northeastern Spain/Southwestern France
Population Estimates of around 3 million people
Language family Language isolate
Number of global speakers Around 700,000 native speakers worldwide

Sourcing a Basque translation

Finding a professional translation company and provider of quality Basque translation services can be difficult. There are many companies working within the industry, so time must be taken to ensure that you first source one which you are completely happy with before you get in touch regarding your Basque translation requirements.

At Lingua Translations, we believe that trust is a huge factor in the Basque translation services that we provide. We will show you from the very first point of contact that you can trust us entirely with your Basque translation project, and likewise we put our own trust in our expert translators and fully expect them to produce an excellent finished product.

Lingua Translations only work with in-country Basque translators who have at least five years’ professional experience in Basque translation, from from and into the language.

Basque translation – a language overview

Basque is a language isolate and the ancestral language of the Basque people, inhabitants of the Basque Country, a region which covers an area of Northeastern Spain and Southwestern France.

It is believed that over 600,000 native Basque speakers live within Spain, whereas up to 100,000 (as per estimates) live in France.

The language uses its own alphabet, based on Latin, which consists of 27 letters.

In Basque, the name of the language is officially Euskara, whilst in Spain it is commonly called the similar name, el euskera.

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