Veritas can provide you with high quality Moldovan translation and interpreting services, all of which are carried out by fully qualified translators and interpreters who are registered members of professional associations and bodies.
Our Moldovan speaking linguists work across a variety of sectors, from business, legal and financial to multimedia, technical, public, and many more.
Sourcing a Moldovan translation
Trust is crucial in sourcing any Moldovan translation service, so when you get in touch with us we ensure that we talk you through the whole process and what is involved, answering any questions you may have about our Moldovan translation services and the ways in which we can help you.
At Veritas, we only ever work in professional Moldovan translators living in Moldova, all of whom have at least five years professional experience in Moldovan translation, are educated to at least degree level, and who specialise in certain industries and fields.
Whether you require a Moldovan translation of a document, website, certificate, marketing material, or any other text in any format, we can source the perfect Moldovan translator for you.
No matter how small or large your project may be in terms of word count, or how urgently you require the completed translation, we can translate anything. So contact us today for a free, no obligation Moldovan translation quotation or interpreting quotation.
Moldovan translation services- our guarantees
- We will match any equivalent, like-for-like Moldovan translation quote
- We only use expert Moldovan translators with at least five years’ experience
- Our Moldovan translators only translate into their native language and they live in the country of that language
- Our Moldovan translation services are fast, efficient and reliable
Moldovan translation – a language overview
Moldovan, as a language, is controversial. Many arguments exist stating that Moldovan is simply a dialect of Romanian that is called Moldovan in the landlocked state of Moldova in Eastern Europe.
Certainly, Moldovan and Romanian from a linguists perspective are closely related, mutually intelligible dialects of the same language. Many sources say that it is the official name given to the Romanian language in the Republic of Moldova and in the territory of Transnistria.
Moldova and Romania share the same literary standard, whilst there are around three million native speakers of Moldovan worldwide.
In Moldova’s educational establishments the discipline regarding the state language is called ‘Romanian language’. However, former Moldovan president Vladimir Voronin called for that to be changed to ‘Moldovan language’, yet it never came to fruition.
Until as recently as 1989, Moldovan used the Cyrillic alphabet as the basis for its writing system. Since then the Romanian version of the Latin alphabet has been used extensively following its adoption. Despite this, some orthographic changes used in the Romanian language have not been carried over into Moldovan.