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Spanish translation of “censor”

censor

noun /ˈsensə/
an official who examines films etc and has the power to remove any of the contents which might offend people
censor
Part of his film has been banned by the censor.
an official (eg in the army) who examines letters etc and removes information which the authorities do not wish to be made public for political reasons etc
censor
the chief military censor.
censorious /-ˈsoː-/ adjective (formal) very critical
hipercrítico
She is censorious about the behaviour/behavior of young people.
censorship noun the policy of censoring
censura
state censorship of the media.
(Definition of censor from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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