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mayor

noun /meə, (American) ˈmeiər/
(especially in England, Ireland and the United States) the chief public official of a city, town or borough.
alcalde
mayoress noun a mayor’s wife
esposa/mujer del alcalde
The mayor and mayoress attended the dinner.
a female mayor
alcaldesa
She has just been elected mayoress.
lord mayor noun in Britain the mayor of some capital and other cities
alcalde
the Lord Mayor of London.
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 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…
(Definition of mayor from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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