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Translation of "warden" - English-Spanish dictionary

warden

noun   /ˈwɔː·dən/ UK
someone who looks after a building or the people in it celador, -ora
(Definition of warden from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

warden

noun /ˈwoːdn/
the person in charge of an old people’s home, a student residence etc director The warden has reported that two students are missing from the hostel.
(also traffic warden) a person who controls parking and the flow of traffic in an area guardia (urbano) If the (traffic) warden finds your car parked there, you will be fined.
(American) the person in charge of a prison. guarda
(also game warden) a person who guards a game reserve. director (de una cárcel, etc)
(Definition of warden from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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