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The English to Serbian translators listed below specialize in the field of Automation & Robotics. For more search fields, try an advanced search by clicking the link to the right.

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Mirjana Vlatkovic
Mirjana Vlatkovic
Native in Serbian Native in Serbian, Serbo-Croat Native in Serbo-Croat
serbian, serbian translation, serbian translator, bosnian, croatian, computers, technology, software, hardware, cat, ...
2
Sonja Lararevic (ex Papak)
Sonja Lararevic (ex Papak)
Native in Serbian Native in Serbian
Trados Studio, film, subtitling, accurate, technical, reviewer, localization, owners manual, IFU, Serbian, ...
3
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, ...
4
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, ...
5
AREH MIKULIĆ
AREH MIKULIĆ
Native in Serbian Native in Serbian
Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Brain-Machine Interface, Clinical Research, Clinical Trials, Computers, Detectors, Electronics, Engineering, IT, ...
6
Milan Radivojevic
Milan Radivojevic
Native in Serbian Native in Serbian
translation, subtitling, interpreting, authoring, animation, web design, flash, EN-SR translator & proofreader serbian to english translation- subtitling translation, subtitling, interpreting, ...
7
Eurotranslate Serbia
Eurotranslate Serbia
Native in Serbian Native in Serbian
Medical translation Serbian, Translation Belgrade, Medical translation Belgrade, Translator Serbian, Translation agency Serbia, Medical translation agency Belgrade, Serbian medical translation, Medical doctors, Life sciences, English to Serbian translation, ...
8
Natasa Budisin
Natasa Budisin
Native in Serbian (Variant: Montenegrin ) Native in Serbian
languages, computer, skype, online interpreting, skype language lessons, English to Italian, Italian to English, Serbian to Italian, Italian to Serbian, Serbian to English, ...
9
Zoran Erdei
Zoran Erdei
Native in Serbian Native in Serbian, Serbo-Croat Native in Serbo-Croat
Manufacturing, Electronics / Elect Eng, IT (Information Technology), Military / Defense, ...
10
karlsrue
karlsrue
Native in Serbian Native in Serbian, German Native in German
translator, automotive, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, electronics, machines, information Technologies, Consumer electronics, Audio, Video, ...
11
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, ...
12
Saša Jovanović
Saša Jovanović
Native in Serbian Native in Serbian, German Native in German
Serbisch, Serbischübersetzer, Übersetzer für Serbisch, Serbian translator, serbian, Bosnisch, bosnian, serbo-croat, greek, Serbokroatisch, ...
13
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, ...
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Simoun Farah
Simoun Farah
Native in Croatian (Variants: Bosnian, standard) Native in Croatian, Arabic Native in Arabic
Arabic, Croatian, Serbian, English, translation


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