Translation from and to portuguese language

Translations from and to Portuguese language

The Portuguese language is not dedicated to one country but it has a statute of an official language in nine countries. This significantly extends its influence on the world of business and other areas of activity. Its roots come from Gaelic language. The basis of the writing is the Latin alphabet. Stylistically it is close to the Spanish language but it has its unique colour.

The requested translations at the agency are various - juridical, legal, commercial and court documents. Our partners are very familiar with the refinements of the matter and they manage to translate the documents accurately and precisely.

All translations are done precisely and of good quality and of course within the preliminarily set term.

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* The translation price shall be calculated based on the translated text and not on the original source-text. 1 translation page is equal to 1800 symbols with spaces (according to the BSS) or 1500 symbols without spaces (according to the BSS)

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Interesting facts about Portuguese language

The Portuguese language is the language of discoverers, traders and missioners. From a small angle on the Iberian Peninsula the Portuguese language is spread all over the world by means of the ships of its maritime empire. On the way to the Far East the Portuguese ships settle trade points and fortresses all along the seacoast of Africa, India, China and on strategically important transportation lines.

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