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Translation of "agent" - English-Spanish dictionary

agent

noun   /ˈeɪ·dʒənt/
someone whose job is to deal with business for someone else agente Please contact our agent in Spain for more information.
someone who tries to find out secret information, especially about another country agente, espía a secret agent
(Definition of agent from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

agent

noun /ˈeidʒənt/
a person or thing that acts agente Detergents and other cleaning agents are stored in this cupboard.
a person who acts for someone in business etc agente our agent in London a theatrical agent.
(especially secret agent) a spy agente an agent for the Russians.
agency noun ( plural agencies)
the office or business of an agent agencia an advertising agency.
by/through the agency of
(formal) by the action of por medio de The meeting was arranged through the agency of a friend.
(Definition of agent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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