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Interpreters » French to Romanian » Science » Photography/Imaging (& Graphic Arts)

The French to Romanian translators listed below specialize in the field of Photography/Imaging (& Graphic Arts). For more search fields, try an advanced search by clicking the link to the right.

6 results (paying ProZ.com members)

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Andrei A.Albu
Andrei A.Albu
Native in Romanian Native in Romanian
Media / Multimedia, Medical: Pharmaceuticals, Medical (general), IT (Information Technology), ...
2
Iulia Matei
Iulia Matei
Native in Romanian Native in Romanian
Clinical trials, ICF, PRO, Regulatory affairs, SmPC, letters, Marketing materials, brochures, website, Legal materials, ...
3
Andreea IONESCU
Andreea IONESCU
Native in Romanian (Variant: Moldovan) Native in Romanian
Romanian, French, translator, interpreter, conference, liaison
4
Iuliana Guillot
Iuliana Guillot
Native in Romanian Native in Romanian
Romanian, French, English, translation, proofreading, editing, DTP, interpreting, food supplements, pharmaceuticals, ...
5
Cornelia Serban
Cornelia Serban
Native in Romanian Native in Romanian
English to Romanian translations, ethics and compliance eLearning, codes of conduct, best practices and compliance training, records management, fraud awareness, governance, cybersecurity, anti-corruption, work harassment, ...
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JuliaMH
JuliaMH
Native in English (Variants: US, British) Native in English, Romanian (Variants: Moldovan, Romania) Native in Romanian
translation service, translation services, translation agencies, translation agency, translation company, translation companies, online translation services, online translation service, interpreting services, professional translation services, ...


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