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Translation of "council" - English-Spanish dictionary

council

noun   /ˈkaʊn·səl/
a group of people who are chosen to control a town, city, or area ayuntamiento the town council
(Definition of council from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

council

noun /ˈkaunsəl/
a group of people formed in order to advise etc consejo The King formed a council of wise men the Council for Recreation.
in the United Kingdom, a body of people elected to control the workings of local government in a county, region, district etc ayuntamiento the town council.
councillor noun
a person who is elected to serve on a council consejero; concejal a town coumcillor.
council estate noun
(British) a large group of house which were built by a local council Plan Subsidiado de Vivendas She grew up on a council estate.
(Definition of council from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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