50 Dialects of Slovenian

2.5 Million Speakers Worldwide

Our Services

Slovenian Translation Services

We provide a Slovenian translation service which caters to councils, businesses and courts across the country. We can provide a service for all Slovenian dialects, with our linguists that are both highly qualified and experience to meet your needs.

Slovenian Document Translation

Slovenian Legal Translations

Slovenian Technical Translations


Slovenian Interpreters

We also provide Slovenian interpreters for both face-to-face and remote appointments. All of our interpreters are qualified, experienced professionals.  Get in touch today to find out how we can meet your language needs.

Slovenian Face-To-Face Interpreters

Slovenian Remote Interpreters

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    Specialist Support

    A Full Range of Language Services

    We supply translators and interpreters to suit a range of business needs.  Whether you need a specialist, who understands industry terminology, or an interpreter for a short notice video meeting, we work to ensure you have the right language support for your business. 

    About Slovenia

    The History of the Slovenian Language

    Slovenian – also called Slovene –  is a Slavic language, primarily spoken in Slovenia. Slovene first appeared as a distinct Slavic dialect in the tenth century and developed into a language of its own as it separated from the other Slavic languages. During the Middle Ages, German was spoken by most of the nobility in the region, but Slovene was widely spoken amongst the common people. Because most of the nobility wrote in German, Slovene was not widely used in written works. Consequently, it was not until 1515 in Vienna, that the first Slovene words were printed.

    Following World War II Slovene was used as one of the official languages of Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, and widely used in the territory of Slovenia. Throughout the twentieth century Slovene has been used in the region for education and administration.

    Finally, in 1991 Slovenia gained independence and Slovene, now called Slovenian became the official language of the country. Currently Slovenian is the native language of 88% of the country’s population and it is recognised as one of the 24 working languages of the European Union.

    While most Slovene speakers live in Slovenia, sizable communities also exist in the surrounding countries. Slovene speakers can be found in Serbia, Hungary, and Croatia, as well as 25,000 Slovenia speakers in Austria and 90,000 in Italy. There are also an estimated 300,000 Slovenian speakers across the rest of the world including Canada, Argentina, Australia, South Africa, and the United States, which has the largest population of Slovenian speakers outside Europe.

    Most Spoken Native Language In Europe
    35 th
    countries recognise Slovenian as a minority language
    2 Countries
    Our Benefits

    Why Use Us?

    We pride ourselves on offering our customers the best service possible. 





    We Meet Tight Deadlines

    We know how important deadlines are, so we work hard to meet even the tightest of deadlines.

    We specialise in finding last minute interpreters, and in many instances, our translations take no longer than 48 hours to be returned. We have at times been able to provide same-day translations, and our linguists can provide sight-translations at appointments or in court.

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    Professional Qualified Linguists

    Our team of linguists is composed of experienced, qualified individuals who work hard to meet your language needs.

    Many of our linguists are registered with the Institute of Translation and Interpreting or the Chartered Institute of Linguists. 

    Our specialist linguists also possess additional sector specific training, experience or qualifications in their field. 




    Remote Service Options

    Our linguists are available for both face-to-face and remote appointments. Our flexible approach allows our customers to connect with linguists in the way that works best for their business.
    Speak to your interpreter face-to-face, over the phone or through your choice of video call platform. 
    • Zoom
    • Skype
    • Telephone
    • Microsoft Teams
    • Cloud Video Platform
    • Conference Call (Complimentary)
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    Confidential and Secure

    We ask that our linguists sign a code of conduct and data protection agreement, to ensure professionalism and compliance with GDPR regulations. Additionally, we only ever send documents by secure email so you can be sure that your data is safe with us.