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parliamentarian

noun [C] uk   /ˌpɑː.lɪ.menˈteə.ri.ən/ us    /ˌpɑːr.lə.menˈter.i-/
a member of a parliament, especially one who is respected for his or her experience and skill US someone who is an expert on the rules and methods used by a group that makes laws or decisions
Translations of “parliamentarian”
in Chinese (Traditional) 議會議員, (尤指)資深議員, 議會法規專家…
in Chinese (Simplified) 议会议员, 尤指资深议员, 议会法规专家…
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