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Translation of "parliament" - English-Spanish dictionary

parliament

noun   /ˈpɑː·lə·mənt/
in some countries, a group of people who make the laws for the country parlamento the Scottish parliament
(Definition of parliament from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

parliament

noun /ˈpaːləmənt/
the highest law-making council of a nation – in Britain, the House of Commons and the House of Lords, considered together parlamento an Act of Parliament.
parliamentary /-ˈmen-/ adjective
parlamentario a parliamentary debate.
(Definition of parliament from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “parliament”
in Korean 국회…
in Arabic بَرلمان…
in Malaysian parlimen…
in French parlement…
in Russian парламент…
in Chinese (Traditional) 議會, 國會, 議會會期…
in Italian parlamento…
in Turkish millet meclisi, parlamento…
in Polish parlament…
in Vietnamese quốc hội…
in Portuguese parlamento…
in Thai รัฐสภา…
in German das Parlament…
in Catalan parlament…
in Japanese 国会, 議会…
in Chinese (Simplified) 议会, 议会活动期…
in Indonesian parlemen…
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