Translation of "secretary" - English-Spanish dictionary

secretary

noun uk /ˈsek·rə·tri/ us /ˈsek·rɪˌter·i/ plural secretaries

A2 someone who works in an office, typing letters, answering the telephone, etc.

secretario, -a

an official who is in charge of a large department of the government

ministro, -a
the Secretary of State

Secretary

noun uk /ˈsek.rə.təri/ us /ˈsek.ter.i/

UK a Secretary of State noun a Member of Parliament who is in charge of a government department

ministro, -a
the Foreign Secretary
the Home Secretary

US the head of a government department, chosen by the president and not a member of a law-making group

secretario, -a
the Secretary of Health and Human Services
noun uk /ˈsek.rə.təri/ us /-ter.i/

US the head of a government department, chosen by the president and not a member of a law-making group

secretario, -a
the Secretary of Health and Human Services

UK a Secretary of State noun a Member of Parliament who is in charge of a government department

ministro, -a
the Foreign Secretary
the Home Secretary

(Translation of “secretary” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

secretary

noun /ˈsekrətəri/ (plural secretaries)

a person employed to write letters, keep records and make business arrangements etc for another person

secretario
He dictated a letter to his secretary.

a (sometimes unpaid) person who deals with the official business of an organization etc

secretario
The secretary read out the minutes of the society’s last meeting.
secretarial /-ˈteə-/ adjective

of a secretary or his/her duties

de secretaría
She is trained in secretarial work
She studied at secretarial college.

(Translation of “secretary” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)