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Translation of "government" - English-Spanish dictionary

government

noun   /ˈɡʌv·ən·mənt/
B1 the group of people who officially control a country gobierno The government has cut taxes.
[no plural] the method or process of governing a country gobierno The country has returned to democratic government.
(Definition of government from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

government

noun /ˈɡavəmənt/
the people who rule a country or state gobierno the British Government.
the way in which a country or state is ruled gobierno Democracy is one form of government.
the act or process of governing. gobierno
governmental /ɡavnˈmentl/ adjective
gubernamental governmental agencies.
governor noun
in the United States, the head of a state gobernador the Governor of Ohio.
a member of the committee of people who govern a school, hospital etc miembro del consejo, director He is on the board of governors.
a person who governs a province or colony. gobernador
governorship noun
gobierno, cargo de gobernador
(Definition of government from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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