professional Slovenian translations and interpreters
At ad hoc we provide professional Slovenian translation services at reasonable rates. Whether you need your website translated from German/English to Slovene, or require a professional conference interpreter or your diploma translated from Slovene into German/English, ad hoc can help with any kind of Slovenian translation:
- Conference interpreters
- Document translation
- Website translation
- Software translation
- Technical translation
We have a large network of Slovenian translators at our disposal who can perform translation from Slovene into any other European language and any other language you require at that. The local linguists make the best translators as they can identify cultural language particularities, colloquial expressions and idiomatic structures to provide a 100% accurate translation. This is why all our language experts are native speakers; they have the knowledge and experience to handle even the most complex translation project.
We have implemented multi-step project management and quality assurance procedures to ensure we provide only the best quality translation at all times. ad hoc has been a reliable player in the translation market for more than 25 years. Our proven on-time translation services cover a wide variety of industries and specialties and include:
- Automotive Translation
- Medical Translation
- Legal Translation
- IT Translation
- Gaming Translation
Whatever your Slovenian translation needs, we have already done it. At ad hoc we have extensive experience in translating a wide range of documents such as:
- Legal, financial, medical or technical documents and reports
- User manuals
- Literary texts
- Business reports and contracts
- Invoices and statements
- Instruction manuals
- Advertising brochures and outlets
- Websites, etc.
Country & Language Profile
Situated in Central Europe, The Republic of Slovenia is a small nation state. Historically, the territory of present day Slovenia was part of the Roman Empire, the Holy Roman Empire and Austro-Hungary. It declared independence in 1991, following the disintegration of Yugoslavia. Today Slovenia is a member-state of the European Union and NATO and borders with Italy, Austria, Croatia and Hungary. Slovenia has a population of 2.05 million people and is generally known as an affluent economy.
Slovenia has distinctive cultural attributes and is attracting a lot of tourists from all corners of Europe due its natural beauty and architectural splendors. There are skiing resorts in the north western part of Slovenia, numerous spa resorts in the northeast, as well as old caves, medieval castles, and wineries spread throughout the country. The gambling industry feels very much at home in Slovenia – there are more casinos (per capita) than in anywhere else in the EU. Ljublijana is the capital city of Slovenia, it is located in the heart of the country and for centuries has been an influential cultural and trading hub connecting Germanic, Slavic and Latin cultures.
Slovene is the official language in Slovenia and belongs with the South Slavic group of languages. With a population of 90%+ native speakers of Slovene, Slovenia is considered as one of the most homogenous countries in European Union in terms of the number of native language speakers. With numerous dialects spoken throughout the country, Slovene is often characterized as the most diverse Slavic language.