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Translation of "resident" - English-Spanish dictionary

resident

noun   /ˈrez·ɪ·dənt/
someone who lives in a particular place residente, vecino, -a We have had complaints from local residents.
adjective   /ˈrez·ɪ·dənt/
living in a place residente She has been resident in Jamaica for most of her life.
(Definition of resident from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

resident

noun /ˈrezidənt/
a person who lives or has his home in a particular place habitante a resident of Edinburgh.
reside /rəˈzaid/ verb
to live or have one’s home in a place residir He now resides abroad.
residence noun
a person’s home, especially the grand house of someone important. residencia
the act of living in a place, or the time of this residencia; estancia during his residence in Spain.
residency noun ( plural residencies)
the home of the governor etc in a colony etc. residencia oficial
residential /-ˈdenʃəl/ adjective
(of an area of a town etc ) containing houses rather than offices, shops etc residencial This district is mainly residential a residential neighbourhood/area.
requiring a person to live in the place where he works con residencia incluida en el lugar de trabajo a residential post.
of, concerned with, living in a place. residencial
residence hall noun
(American ) a building with rooms for university students to live in; hall of residence(British) residencia de estudiantes, colegio mayor
in residence
(especially of someone important) staying in a place, sometimes to perform some official duties visita oficial The Queen is in residence here this week.
take up residence
to go and live (in a place, building etc) establecerse He has taken up residence in France.
(Definition of resident from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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