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Translation of "federal" - English-Spanish dictionary

federal

adjective   /ˈfed·əəl/
A federal system of government consists of a group of regions that can make their own laws, but are also controlled by a national government. federal
relating to the national government of a country such as the US, and not to the government of one of its states federal the federal government a federal employee
(Definition of federal from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

federal

adjective /ˈfedərəl/
(of a government or group of states) joined together, usually for national and external affairs only federal the federal government of the United States of America.
federated /-rei-/ adjective
joined by a treaty, agreement etc federado the Federated States of Micronesia.
federation noun
people, societies, unions, states etc joined together for a common purpose federación the International Federation of Actors.
(Definition of federal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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