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member

noun   /ˈmem·bər/
A2 a person who belongs to a group or an organization miembro family members He was a member of the university rowing club.
(Definition of member from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

member

noun /ˈmembə/
a person who belongs to a group, club, society, trade union etc miembro, socio, afiliado The association has three thousand members.
short for Member of Parliament.
membership noun
the state of being a member calidad de socio membership of the Communist Party.
a group of members afiliación a professional society with a large membership.
the amount of money paid to a society etc in order to become a member cuota The membership has increased to $5 this year.
Member of Parliament noun
someone who has been elected to represent the people of a particular area of the country in a parliament. miembro del parlamento
(Definition of member from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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