Croatian translation services

Lingua Translations is an award winning provider of quality Croatian translation and interpreting services, carried out by qualified and professional Croatian translators and interpreters in a broad range of sectors including: legal, public, financial, energy, multimedia, sports, technical, and many more.

All of our native Croatian speaking linguists are registered with professional organisations and associations, ensuring high quality Croatian translation services.

Location Croatia, Central Europe
Population 4.2 million people
Language family Serbo-Croatian group of the Indo-European family
Related languages Bosnian, Montenegrin, Serbian
Number of global speakers Around six million native speakers worldwide

Sourcing a Croatian translation

Don’t speak Croatian? Never dealt with Croatian translation services before? No problem, Lingua Translations have the experts who can guide you through the whole process from start to finish.

We will put you at ease from the moment you get in touch, allaying any doubts you may have and showing you that your Croatian translation project is in more than safe hands.

At Lingua Translations, we believe that trust is a major factor in the way we work. We trust our expert Croatian translators to produce a superb piece of work and convey your message in the translation as it was meant in the original source text, whilst we anticipate that you will trust us completely with taken on the responsibility of handling your job.

We only work with in-country Croatian translators who have, at the very least, five years’ professional experience in Croatian translation and who are experts in the specific field you require. Whether you need a Croatian translation of a cetificate, legal contract, a technical document, a website, or anything else you care to think of, we have the perfect Croatian translator for you who translates solely into their native language.

Croatian translation – a language overview

Croatian is a standardised register of the Serbo-Croatian language. It is spoken predominantly by Croats in Croatia, as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Romania, Slovenia and other neighbouring regions.

The language is made up of four main dialects and national standards; Shtokavian, Chakavian, Kajkavian, and Torlakian. It is written in Gaj’s Latin alphabet.

Croatian has 30 phonemes, made up of five vowels and 25 consonants. There are 30 letters in the Croatian alphabet, three of which are digraphs. The orthography, as a result, is largely phonemic.

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“Lingua Translations provides instant multi-lingual options for TUI’s 24/7 Holidayline, so 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year TUI’s customers are connected to an interpreter instantaneously. This service is designed to help holidaymakers who find themselves in difficulty and require non-English language assistance.

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