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Spanish translation of “minister”

minister

noun /ˈministə/
(the title of) the head of any of the divisions or departments of a government
ministro
the Minister for Education.
a clergyman in certain branches of the Christian Church He is a minister in the Presbyterian church. ministerial /miniˈstiəriəl/ adjective of or concerning ministers
ministerial
ministerial duties.
ministry noun (plural ministries) a department of government or the building where its employees work
ministerio
the Transport Ministry.
the profession, duties or period of service of a minister of religion
sacerdocio, clerecía
His ministry lasted for fifteen years.
(Definition of minister from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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