Slovak Translation

Since joining the EU Slovakia seems to have attracted much media interest, as Tamsin Smith at the BBC reports “Slovakia has been attracting investment from big business, day trippers, and stag night revellers since joining the EU. […] According to the World Bank, Slovakia had the fastest transforming business environment in the world last year, and already comparisons are being drawn with Ireland’s economic transformation in the 1990s […] Low labour costs, low taxes and political stability make this one of the most attractive economies in Europe.” As Slovakia’s profile increases, the need for English to Slovak translation will rise.

Our English to Slovak translations are produced by our translation experts in a wide range of fields, including technical, legal, pharmaceutical, and financial.

All our Slovak translators have at least five years professional translation experience and undergo a rigorous selection procedure.

Slovak translation

The Translation People’s Slovak translation services are respected for quality, tight turnarounds and our experience with a variety of technical media. The Translation People specialises in both Slovak to English and English to Slovak translation.
Our English/Slovak translation expertise includes, but is not limited to; product catalogues, technical user and maintenance manuals, quality procedures, technical specifications, websites and press releases.

If you have a Slovak translation project, request a quote or contact us now.

Slovak language – Did you know?

Slovak or Slovakian is spoken by approximately 5-6 million people in Slovakia, the USA, Czech Republic, Serbia, Hungary and Romania. An Indo-European language belonging to the West Slavic language family, Slovak is also easily understood by Czech native speakers. Slovak and Czech were both spoken in the former Czechoslovakia and during this time were culturally very closely related. However, it is very important to note that there are subtle, but significant differences between the two languages; it is not advisable to use a Slovak translator to translate into Czech or vice versa. The Translation People’s project managers are always on hand to advise which language would be most suitable for your particular audience.

It wasn’t until the late 18th century and early 19th century that Slovak developed as a national language. During this period there was an increase in the Slovak people’s awareness of their national identity and how education and literacy were intrinsically linked to this. Anton Bernolak, a Roman Catholic priest is often credited with the creation of a Slovak literary language, he produced a phonetic spelling system, which is still in place today and makes Slovak relatively easy to pronounce. In 1790 Bernolak made his literary language public when he published his “Grammatica Slavica”. Shortly after L’udovit Štur developed an interest in the Central Slovak dialect, which eventually superseded Bernolak’s literary language and is the basis for the Slovak spoken today in Slovakia.

Why use us for Slovak translation?

  • Our use of translation memory software can reduce lead times and costs of your English to Slovak translation.
  • Translations can be provided in any format including the Microsoft Office suite, Quark XPress, Adobe PDF, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe FrameMaker, PageMaker and InterLeaf.
  • Our English to Slovak translators are professionally qualified linguists and translate exclusively into their native language.

English to Slovak Translation

EnglishSlovak
Good MorningDobre rano
Good AfternoonDobry den
GoodbyeDovidenia
Good eveningDobry vecer
Good NightDobru noc


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