Translation of alderwoman in Spanish:


concejala, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɔldərˌwʊmən/ /ˈɔːldəwʊmən/

nounplural alderwomen

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    (in US)
    concejala feminine
    • The neighborhood's alderwoman says she hopes to hold a community meeting in October where residents can weigh their options.
    • The alderwoman maintained her neutrality at a subsequent meeting with the neighbors.
    • The defeated alderwoman's husband is running for the Liberals here and the incumbent was temporarily investigated.
    • She pledged to bring to the state Senate the same accessible style she has shown as an alderwoman.
    • The head of the Little League group contacted an alderwoman and expected her support.
    • The alderwoman was speaking not in a spirit of complaint, but rather with an impassioned voice of the necessity of participation in the life of the community if the community is going to thrive.
    • An alderwoman described the leader of the failed attempt to construct a baseball field as someone who is 'politically ignorant and has no clout'.
    • The Board of Aldermen's Finance Committee will review a contract for automated trash collection, which could save the city $2.5 million over the next five years according to an alderwoman.
    • A former city alderwoman who voted against razing the middle school said she continues to be concerned about the project's price tag.
    • Critics have included members of the African-American community, including a prominent minister and a former alderwoman who say the mayor has made no effort to improve diversity in key positions.