Interpreters » Slovenian to English

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Ms.Straus
Ms.Straus
Native in Slovenian Native in Slovenian
terminology research, localization, adaptation, medical translation, regulatory, medical interpreter, medical interpreting, medical interviewer, interviews, medical interviews, ...
2
Alenka Satler
Alenka Satler
Native in Slovenian Native in Slovenian
medicine, medical devices, law, contracts, general, patents, pharmaceutical, insurance, research, devices, ...
3
Helena Koželj
Helena Koželj
Native in Slovenian Native in Slovenian
economics, translate Slovenian, certified translations, certified translator for Slovenian, certified translator for Slovene, Slovenian translator, Slovene translator for business, sworn translator for Slovenian, sworn translator for Slovene, accounting translations, ...
4
Stephen Mason
Stephen Mason
Native in English Native in English
Business/Commerce (general), Economics, General / Conversation / Greetings / Letters, Government / Politics, ...
5
Nina Snoj
Nina Snoj
Native in Slovenian Native in Slovenian
de español a esloveno, de esloveno a español, español esloveno, traducción legal, traductor esloveno, interpretación, certificado, traducciones, contratos, derecho, ...
6
Dusan Rabrenovic
Dusan Rabrenovic
Native in Slovenian Native in Slovenian
reliability, punctuality, punctual, computer translation, IT, building materials, tourism, computer games, games localization, computer localization, ...
7
Gary Raymond Bokobza
Gary Raymond Bokobza
Native in English Native in English, Spanish Native in Spanish
Legal, Finance, Technology, Medicine, science, chemical, aeronautics, agriculture, manuals, questionnaires, ...
8
Blaž Kavčič
Blaž Kavčič
Native in Slovenian Native in Slovenian
medicine, finance, law, legal, software, localization, english, slovenian, IT
9
MilanB
MilanB
Native in Slovenian Native in Slovenian
english, slovenian, technology, software, localization, translation, flexibility, accessibility, fast, quick, ...
10
Tjaša Košir
Tjaša Košir
Native in Slovenian Native in Slovenian
translating, translation, proofreading, editing, fast translation, cheap translation, Slovenian, English, German, Russian, ...
11
Damijan Vehar
Damijan Vehar
Native in Slovenian Native in Slovenian
English, French, Slovenian, fast and reliable translations, specializing in medical translation
12
Daniel Klobucar
Daniel Klobucar
Native in Slovenian Native in Slovenian
angleški jezik, prevod v angleški jezik, prevodi iz angleščine v slovenščino, prevodi iz slovenščine v angleščino, target language Slovene, target language Slovenian, source language English, Slovenian translator, slovenski prevajalec, English translator, ...
13
Zala Kokalj
Zala Kokalj
Native in Slovenian Native in Slovenian
Advertising / Public Relations, Agriculture, Anthropology, Art, Arts & Crafts, Painting, ...
14
Translat d.o.o.
Translat d.o.o.
Native in Slovenian Native in Slovenian, Croatian Native in Croatian
Slovenian, Croatian, Serbian, Translation, Proofreading, Court-certified translation, Court Sworn Translation, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, ...
15
GORR d.o.o.
GORR d.o.o.
Native in Slovenian Native in Slovenian, Serbian Native in Serbian
prevajanje, prevodi, sodni prevodi, lektura, lektoriranje, tolmačenje, simultano tolmačenje, konsekutivno tolmačenje, hitro prevajanje, hitri prevodi, ...
16
Nanika
Nanika
Native in Dutch Native in Dutch
Finance (general), Environment & Ecology, Economics, Business/Commerce (general), ...
17
Lea Lozančić
Lea Lozančić
Native in Croatian Native in Croatian, Italian Native in Italian
conference interpreting, simultaneous interpreter, english <- -> croatian, Lozančić Lea, consecutive interpreter english <- -> croatian, consecutive, simultaneous, Zagreb, Ljubljana, European Union, ...


Interpreters, like translators, enable communication across cultures by translating one language into another. These language specialists must thoroughly understand the subject matter of any texts they translate, as well as the cultures associated with the source and target language.

Interpreters differ from translators in that they work with spoken words, rather than written text. Interpreting may be done in parallel with the speaker (simultaneous interpreting) or after they have spoken a few sentences or words (consecutive interpreting). Simultaneous interpreting is most often used at international conferences or in courts. Consecutive interpreting is often used for interpersonal communication.




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