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Interpreters » French to Finnish » Other » Chemistry; Chem Sci/Eng

The French to Finnish translators listed below specialize in the field of Chemistry; Chem Sci/Eng. For more search fields, try an advanced search by clicking the link to the right.

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Daniela Knif Kiviniemi
Daniela Knif Kiviniemi
Native in Finnish Native in Finnish
Finnish, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Swedish, translator, translation, translations, business, ...
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Anne Hupli
Anne Hupli
Native in Finnish Native in Finnish
conference interpretation, simultaneous interpretation, organising teams, interpreter, medical translator, medical translations, interprète de conférence, traductions médicales, konferenssitulkki
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Saara Varpula
Saara Varpula
Native in Finnish Native in Finnish, English Native in English
English, Finnish, French, Russian, Scientific, Physics, Biology, Neuroscience, Medical, SPCs, ...
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sinirinta
sinirinta
Native in French Native in French
metsähallitus, lappi, luonto, ilmakehänilmiöt, tarinat, matkailu, vaellus, luonnontiede, tekstitys, internet sivustot, ...
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WI Communication
WI Communication
Native in English (Variants: Canadian, British, Indian, US) 
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Sidhartha Singh
Sidhartha Singh
Native in English (Variant: British) Native in English
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VLAD SHVETS
VLAD SHVETS
Native in Russian Native in Russian


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