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local councillor

  • 1 a instancias de

    = at the instigation of, at the behest of, under the auspices of
    Ex. It was set up in 1972 at the instigation of a local councillor who wanted to introduce an information centre in shop-front premises in a new shopping precinct.
    Ex. During the early 1940s, at the behest of then President Roosevelt, he led the drive to build the first atomic bomb.
    Ex. Other work relating to the development of classification has been conducted under the auspices of UNISIST.
    * * *
    = at the instigation of, at the behest of, under the auspices of

    Ex: It was set up in 1972 at the instigation of a local councillor who wanted to introduce an information centre in shop-front premises in a new shopping precinct.

    Ex: During the early 1940s, at the behest of then President Roosevelt, he led the drive to build the first atomic bomb.
    Ex: Other work relating to the development of classification has been conducted under the auspices of UNISIST.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a instancias de

  • 2 ayuntamiento

    m.
    1 town council (British), city council (United States) (corporation).
    2 town hall (British), city hall (United States) (edificio).
    * * *
    1 (corporación) town council, city council
    2 (edificio) town hall, city hall
    \
    ayuntamiento carnal formal sexual intercourse
    * * *
    noun m.
    1) city council, town council
    2) city hall, town hall
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=corporación) district council, town council, city council
    2) (=Casa Consistorial) town hall, city hall
    3) (=cópula) sexual intercourse
    * * *
    masculino ( corporación) town/city council; ( edificio) town/city hall
    * * *
    = local authority, town hall, local government, municipal government, local council, town council, city hall, municipal authority, city council.
    Ex. The interplay of forces outside their individual control -- government, local authority, trade union, parent institution -- plays havoc with planning exercises.
    Ex. Most CACs occupied office-type accommodation in town halls, libraries and consumer protection departments.
    Ex. With local government reorganization in 1974 came changes in the boundaries of public library authorities.
    Ex. The library's own publications and documents recording the activities of important institutions such as municipal governments, corporations, or the university where the library is located, represent another category of material which often requires indexing by reference librarians.
    Ex. During the last 10 years the service level in the City has fallen and music has stagnated, since the local council library committee froze all expenditure on music in 1984.
    Ex. The aim was to reach as many people as possible; more unusual venues included a meeting of the town council, a church, the market square, and a prison.
    Ex. Among other buildings afire or still smoldering in eastern Baghdad today were the city hall and the National Library which was so thoroughly burned that heat still radiated 50 paces from its front doors.
    Ex. Municipal authorities themselves decide the objectives, scale and structure of their library services.
    Ex. This is because the chief librarian is personally accountable to the next higher level of authority such as the mayor, the city council, the hospital director, or the university president.
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    * a cargo del ayuntamiento = local authority-run.
    * Centro de Información sobre el Ayuntamiento = Kommune Information Centre.
    * concejal del ayuntamiento = local councillor.
    * del ayuntamiento = local authority-run.
    * funcionario del ayuntamiento = city official, city worker.
    * gestionado por el ayuntamiento = city-administered.
    * sala de juntas del ayuntamiento = town council meeting room.
    * * *
    masculino ( corporación) town/city council; ( edificio) town/city hall
    * * *
    = local authority, town hall, local government, municipal government, local council, town council, city hall, municipal authority, city council.

    Ex: The interplay of forces outside their individual control -- government, local authority, trade union, parent institution -- plays havoc with planning exercises.

    Ex: Most CACs occupied office-type accommodation in town halls, libraries and consumer protection departments.
    Ex: With local government reorganization in 1974 came changes in the boundaries of public library authorities.
    Ex: The library's own publications and documents recording the activities of important institutions such as municipal governments, corporations, or the university where the library is located, represent another category of material which often requires indexing by reference librarians.
    Ex: During the last 10 years the service level in the City has fallen and music has stagnated, since the local council library committee froze all expenditure on music in 1984.
    Ex: The aim was to reach as many people as possible; more unusual venues included a meeting of the town council, a church, the market square, and a prison.
    Ex: Among other buildings afire or still smoldering in eastern Baghdad today were the city hall and the National Library which was so thoroughly burned that heat still radiated 50 paces from its front doors.
    Ex: Municipal authorities themselves decide the objectives, scale and structure of their library services.
    Ex: This is because the chief librarian is personally accountable to the next higher level of authority such as the mayor, the city council, the hospital director, or the university president.
    * a cargo del ayuntamiento = local authority-run.
    * Centro de Información sobre el Ayuntamiento = Kommune Information Centre.
    * concejal del ayuntamiento = local councillor.
    * del ayuntamiento = local authority-run.
    * funcionario del ayuntamiento = city official, city worker.
    * gestionado por el ayuntamiento = city-administered.
    * sala de juntas del ayuntamiento = town council meeting room.

    * * *
    (corporación) town/city council; (edificio) town/city hall
    Compuesto:
    ( ant); carnal knowledge ( arch)
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    ayuntamiento sustantivo masculino ( corporación) town/city council;
    ( edificio) town/city hall
    ayuntamiento sustantivo masculino
    1 (institución) town/city council
    2 (edificio) GB town hall, US city hall
    ' ayuntamiento' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    concejo
    - drogodependencia
    - fortificación
    - insonorización
    - municipio
    - nido
    English:
    city hall
    - clout
    - corporation
    - council
    - local council
    - town council
    - town hall
    - wedding reception
    - city
    - housing
    - town
    - township
    * * *
    1. [corporación] Br town council, US city council
    2. [edificio] Br town hall, US city hall
    3. Anticuado
    ayuntamiento (carnal) sexual congress
    * * *
    m city council, town council; edificio city hall, town hall
    * * *
    1) : town hall, city hall
    2) : town or city council
    * * *
    1. (institución) council
    2. (edificio) town hall

    Spanish-English dictionary > ayuntamiento

  • 3 centro comercial

    m.
    shopping center.
    * * *
    shopping centre, US mall
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    shopping mall (AmE), shopping centre (BrE)
    * * *
    (n.) = shopping centre, shopping precinct, mall of shops, shopping mall, mall, outlet mall, plaza
    Ex. The library is poorly sited outside the shopping centre and on the brow of a hill, and faces competition from adjoining libraries.
    Ex. It was set up in 1972 at the instigation of a local councillor who wanted to introduce an information centre in shop-front premises in a new shopping precinct.
    Ex. However, a more advantageous site was offered, right in the shopping precinct, linking a covered mall of shops with a multi-functional community complex.
    Ex. The library may circulate materials at off-site outlets such as shopping malls, community facilities, nursing homes, jails, and so forth.
    Ex. Customers seem to be tiring of malls and chain stores, seeking a more personal service and wanting to bargain.
    Ex. These maps, as those of us who are outlet junkie bargain-hunters know with assurance, are ones any shopper can pick up in any outlet mall.
    Ex. Similar types of studies also can be carried out to examine the distribution and social activities of people in extensive institutional spaces such as malls, plazas, walking arcades, and marketplaces.
    * * *
    shopping mall (AmE), shopping centre (BrE)
    * * *
    (n.) = shopping centre, shopping precinct, mall of shops, shopping mall, mall, outlet mall, plaza

    Ex: The library is poorly sited outside the shopping centre and on the brow of a hill, and faces competition from adjoining libraries.

    Ex: It was set up in 1972 at the instigation of a local councillor who wanted to introduce an information centre in shop-front premises in a new shopping precinct.
    Ex: However, a more advantageous site was offered, right in the shopping precinct, linking a covered mall of shops with a multi-functional community complex.
    Ex: The library may circulate materials at off-site outlets such as shopping malls, community facilities, nursing homes, jails, and so forth.
    Ex: Customers seem to be tiring of malls and chain stores, seeking a more personal service and wanting to bargain.
    Ex: These maps, as those of us who are outlet junkie bargain-hunters know with assurance, are ones any shopper can pick up in any outlet mall.
    Ex: Similar types of studies also can be carried out to examine the distribution and social activities of people in extensive institutional spaces such as malls, plazas, walking arcades, and marketplaces.

    * * *
    (shopping) mall, Br
    tb shopping centre

    Spanish-English dictionary > centro comercial

  • 4 concejal

    f. & m.
    town councillor, common councilman, councilman, alderman.
    * * *
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 (hombre) town councillor, US town councilman; (mujer) town councillor, US town councilwoman
    * * *
    (f. - concejala)
    noun
    councilor, councilman / councilwoman
    * * *
    concejal, -a
    SM / F town o city councillor, town o city councilman/councilwoman (EEUU)
    * * *
    - jala masculino, femenino town/city councilor*
    * * *
    = selectman [selectmen, -pl.], alderman [aldermen, -pl.], council-man [council-men, -pl.], councillor [councilor, -USA].
    Ex. He explained to the selectman that pages were hired on a 'first-come, first-take' basis.
    Ex. A group opposing the incumbent alderman decided that the board's feasibility study amounted to a covert plan to tear down the house that served as the library and erect an ugly building.
    Ex. These descriptors are still alive: boatmen, city council-men, firemen, foremen, longshoremen, stunt men, statesmen, watchmen, man and manpower.
    Ex. This obviously is only a starting point, but, given the intractability of the problem, it does represent one sure channel of information for councillors who wish to take advantage of it.
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    * concejal del ayuntamiento = local councillor.
    * concejal municipal = city council-man.
    * * *
    - jala masculino, femenino town/city councilor*
    * * *
    = selectman [selectmen, -pl.], alderman [aldermen, -pl.], council-man [council-men, -pl.], councillor [councilor, -USA].

    Ex: He explained to the selectman that pages were hired on a 'first-come, first-take' basis.

    Ex: A group opposing the incumbent alderman decided that the board's feasibility study amounted to a covert plan to tear down the house that served as the library and erect an ugly building.
    Ex: These descriptors are still alive: boatmen, city council-men, firemen, foremen, longshoremen, stunt men, statesmen, watchmen, man and manpower.
    Ex: This obviously is only a starting point, but, given the intractability of the problem, it does represent one sure channel of information for councillors who wish to take advantage of it.
    * concejal del ayuntamiento = local councillor.
    * concejal municipal = city council-man.

    * * *
    masculine, feminine
    ( masculine) town/city councilor*, councilman ( AmE); ( feminine) town/city councilor*, councilwoman ( AmE)
    * * *

    concejal
    ◊ - jala sustantivo masculino, femenino

    town/city councilor( conjugate councilor)
    concejal,-ala sustantivo masculino y femenino town councillor

    ' concejal' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    concejala
    - dimisionaria
    - dimisionario
    English:
    councillor
    - councilor
    - alderman
    * * *
    concejal, -ala nm,f
    (town o city) councillor
    * * *
    m, concejala f councilor, Br
    councillor
    * * *
    : councilman m, councilwoman f, alderman m, alderwoman f
    * * *
    concejal n councillor

    Spanish-English dictionary > concejal

  • 5 concejal del ayuntamiento

    Ex. The library may also arrange for local councillors to hold a rota of surgeries once a week.
    * * *

    Ex: The library may also arrange for local councillors to hold a rota of surgeries once a week.

    Spanish-English dictionary > concejal del ayuntamiento

  • 6 por iniciativa de

    = at the instigation of, under the auspices of
    Ex. It was set up in 1972 at the instigation of a local councillor who wanted to introduce an information centre in shop-front premises in a new shopping precinct.
    Ex. Other work relating to the development of classification has been conducted under the auspices of UNISIST.
    * * *
    = at the instigation of, under the auspices of

    Ex: It was set up in 1972 at the instigation of a local councillor who wanted to introduce an information centre in shop-front premises in a new shopping precinct.

    Ex: Other work relating to the development of classification has been conducted under the auspices of UNISIST.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por iniciativa de

  • 7 local

    БИРС > local

  • 8 entrar en un local a empujones

    entrar en un local a empujones
    sich in ein Lokal (hinein)drängen

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > entrar en un local a empujones

  • 9 estar exento de la jurisdicción local

    estar exento de la jurisdicción local
    der örtlichen Gerichtsbarkeit entzogen sein

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > estar exento de la jurisdicción local

  • 10 local público

    local público
    Lokal

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > local público

  • 11 local

    1. lo'kal m 2. lo'kal adj
    örtlich, heimisch, lokal, ortsansässig
    3. lo'kal adv
    adjetivo
    ————————
    sustantivo masculino
    1. [edificio] Räumlichkeiten Plural
    2. [sede] Sitz der
    local
    local [lo'kal]
    örtlich; periódico local Lokalblatt neutro
    Raum masculino; comercio Geschäftsraum masculino; local público Lokal neutro

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > local

  • 12 periódico local

    periódico local
    Lokalblatt

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > periódico local

  • 13 un asiduo cliente de este local

    un asiduo cliente de este local
    ein Stammgast dieses Lokals

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > un asiduo cliente de este local

  • 14 un local con mala reputación

    un local con mala reputación
    ein berüchtigtes Lokal

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > un local con mala reputación

  • 15 LAN (red local)

    Nota: Red de comunicaciones para ordenadores limitada a una zona pequeña, normalmente un edificio o conjunto de ellos.
    Ex. A LAN (Local Area Network) is a communications network which normally operates in a restricted area and provides data transmission speeds often in excess of a million bits per second.

    Spanish-English dictionary > LAN (red local)

  • 16 Sala de Manuscritos e Historia Local

    Ex. The use of clear armoured glass walls gives excellent visual supervision in the Rare Book Room and in the Manuscript and Local History Reading Room.
    * * *

    Ex: The use of clear armoured glass walls gives excellent visual supervision in the Rare Book Room and in the Manuscript and Local History Reading Room.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Sala de Manuscritos e Historia Local

  • 17 agencia local

    (n.) = local agency
    Ex. It provides a national information service to make cartographic data more easily accessible to the public and to various federal, state and local agencies.
    * * *

    Ex: It provides a national information service to make cartographic data more easily accessible to the public and to various federal, state and local agencies.

    Spanish-English dictionary > agencia local

  • 18 anestesia local

    f.
    local anesthesia, block anesthesia, local anaesthetic, local.
    * * *
    (n.) = local anaesthesia, local anaesthetic
    Ex. The minimally invasive nature of endoscopic surgery allows operations to be performed on patients through small incisions, often under local anaesthesia.
    Ex. Ingrown toenail correction is usually performed under local anaesthetic.
    * * *
    (n.) = local anaesthesia, local anaesthetic

    Ex: The minimally invasive nature of endoscopic surgery allows operations to be performed on patients through small incisions, often under local anaesthesia.

    Ex: Ingrown toenail correction is usually performed under local anaesthetic.

    * * *
    local anesthetic o Br
    anaesthetic

    Spanish-English dictionary > anestesia local

  • 19 autoridad local

    f.
    state government.
    * * *
    (n.) = local authority, local authority official, local authority officer
    Ex. The interplay of forces outside their individual control -- government, local authority, trade union, parent institution -- plays havoc with planning exercises.
    Ex. I have seen no clear instructions, for instance, to deliver your aid to local authority officials or offices or to police stations.
    Ex. Arrangements have been made for several local authority officers to serve as technical experts in helping the Committee draw up its opinions.
    * * *
    (n.) = local authority, local authority official, local authority officer

    Ex: The interplay of forces outside their individual control -- government, local authority, trade union, parent institution -- plays havoc with planning exercises.

    Ex: I have seen no clear instructions, for instance, to deliver your aid to local authority officials or offices or to police stations.
    Ex: Arrangements have been made for several local authority officers to serve as technical experts in helping the Committee draw up its opinions.

    Spanish-English dictionary > autoridad local

  • 20 base de datos local

    Ex. The content of these local area databases include course syllabi, class schedules, and materials placed on reserve by instructors.
    * * *

    Ex: The content of these local area databases include course syllabi, class schedules, and materials placed on reserve by instructors.

    Spanish-English dictionary > base de datos local

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