Interpreters » Italian to Romanian » Tech/Engineering » Textiles / Clothing / Fashion

The Italian to Romanian translators listed below specialize in the field of Textiles / Clothing / Fashion. For more search fields, try an advanced search by clicking the link to the right.

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Monica Tuduce
Monica Tuduce
Native in Romanian Native in Romanian
romanian, romeno, roumain, italian, italiano, italien, french, francese, français, translation, ...
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Simona Iacob
Simona Iacob
Native in Italian (Variant: Standard-Italy) Native in Italian, Romanian (Variants: Transylvanian, Romania) Native in Romanian
interprete rumeno, interprete romeno, traduttore rumeno, traduttore romeno, interprete lingua rumena, interprete lingua romena, interprete lingua rumena in Italia, interprete di conferenza lingua rumena, interprate di conferenza rumeno, interprete di conferenza lingua romena, ...
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Raluca Georgiana Zbranca
Raluca Georgiana Zbranca
Native in Romanian (Variant: Romania) Native in Romanian
traduzioni tecniche, manualistica, traduzioni da italiano e inglese verso rumeno, traduzioni siti web, dispositivi medici, cosmetica, traduzioni legali, traduzioni commerciali, manuali, libretti di uso e manutenzione, ...
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Daniela Negru
Daniela Negru
Native in Romanian Native in Romanian
Simultaneous, Consecutive, Chuchotage, Translation, traduttore, interprete, simultanea, consecutiva, trattativa
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dan baltariu
dan baltariu
Native in Romanian Native in Romanian
Engineering (general), Engineering: Industrial, Mechanics / Mech Engineering, Geology, ...
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Maria Olteanu
Maria Olteanu
Native in Romanian Native in Romanian, German Native in German
Romanian, German, financial, law, construction, literature, medical, HR, marketing, social sciences, ...


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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