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The English to Serbian translators listed below specialize in the field of Aerospace / Aviation / Space. For more search fields, try an advanced search by clicking the link to the right.

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sofijana
sofijana
Native in Serbian (Variant: Montenegrin ) Native in Serbian
30 years of experience, Trados 2017, Scientific & Technical translator, Professional, Certified, in fields of Business, Automotive, Technical translator, Engineering, Marketing, ...
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Mirjana Svicevic
Mirjana Svicevic
Native in Serbian Native in Serbian
serbian, english, english to serbian translation, serbian native, translator, proofreading, editing, subtitling, serbian to english, freelance, ...
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Fedja Imamovic
Fedja Imamovic
Native in Serbian Native in Serbian, Croatian Native in Croatian
linguistics, translation, media translation, contrastive grammar, translation studies, legal translation, prevodilac, prevodioc, prevoditelj, Fedja Imamovic, ...
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Slobodan Kozarčić
Slobodan Kozarčić
Native in Serbian (Variant: Montenegrin ) Native in Serbian, Bosnian Native in Bosnian
Еnglish-Serbian translation and subtitling, English, Serbian, Movie subtitling, Movie translation, Филмски преводилац енглески-српски, Преводи с енглеског на српски, Преводи са српског на енглески, Књижевни преводилац енглески-српски, Уметност, ...
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Ana Naglić
Ana Naglić
Native in Serbian Native in Serbian, Croatian Native in Croatian
translator, translation, translating, court interpreter, certification, ITT, IT, technical, literature, humanities, ...


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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.

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