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Interpreters » French to Flemish » Other » Computers (general)

The French to Flemish translators listed below specialize in the field of Computers (general). For more search fields, try an advanced search by clicking the link to the right.

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Chantal Henno
Chantal Henno
Native in Dutch Native in Dutch
Pc, software, localization, webpages, reports, books (literature), computer books, technical translation.
2
Back to basics
Back to basics
Native in Dutch Native in Dutch, Flemish Native in Flemish
Technical, scientific, engineering, intellectual property, patents
3
Christoph De Smet
Christoph De Smet
Native in Flemish Native in Flemish, English Native in English
British, Flemish, Dutch, Belgian, Engineering, Physics, Pharmacy, Medicine, PC, cable, ...
4
Ingrid Sauvenée-De Man
Ingrid Sauvenée-De Man
Native in Dutch Native in Dutch, French Native in French
vertaler, vertaalster, vertaling, redactioneel, technisch, juridisch, recht, Nederlands, Frans, drankenindustrie, ...
5
NLT
NLT
Native in Dutch Native in Dutch, French Native in French
France, French, Paris, Paris based, néerlandais, français, flamand, anglais, traductions, traduction, ...
6
Iris Van Brabant
Iris Van Brabant
Native in Dutch (Variant: Flemish) Native in Dutch
technical, European, Dutch, Flemish, French, English, Spanish, Tourism
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anitha gomathy
anitha gomathy
Native in Malayalam Native in Malayalam, Hindi Native in Hindi
Malyalam to English, English to Malayalam, Proof reading, editing, Interpretation, Communication, Journalism, PR, Tourism, Literature, ...


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