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mayor

noun [C] uk   /meər/  us   /mer/
B2 a person who is elected or chosen to lead the group who governs a town or city
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mayoral
adjective uk   /ˈmeə.rəl/  us   /ˈmeɪ.ɔːr.əl/
mayoral duties
Translations of “mayor”
in Arabic عُمْدة, مُحافِظ…
in Korean 시장…
in Malaysian datuk bandar…
in French mairesse…
in Turkish belediye başkanı…
in Italian sindaco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 市長…
in Russian мэр…
in Polish burmistrz/yni…
in Vietnamese thị trưởng…
in Spanish alcalde…
in Portuguese prefeito, -a, alcaide…
in Thai นายกเทศมนตรี…
in German der Bürgermeister…
in Catalan alcalde, -essa…
in Japanese 市長, 町長…
in Indonesian walikota…
in Chinese (Simplified) 市长…
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