Learn English Grammar From A–Z
1funcionario (del Estado) masculinefuncionaria (del Estado) feminine
- The reform of civil service pensions put civil servants at the centre of the political stage recently.
- To do the latter is a blot on any civil servant and any organisation that civil servants work for.
- Members should remember that this email is to a senior civil servant of this Government.
- Activists should ensure that all the big civil servant offices locally are leafleted.
- An essential part of the policy-making role of senior civil servants is to know a minister's mind.
- I do not think we should leave it in the hands of an unelected civil servant to determine what goes in the summary.
- They have acted as a block on civil servants challenging government attacks.
- This government is devaluing civil servants and rubbing salt into the wounds.
- I served the British government as a civil servant for over 20 years of my life.
- Council workers walked out to join them, as did delegations of civil servants and local health workers.
- The attacks on democracy have created uproar among rank and file civil servants.
- Council workers, civil servants, transport workers and others also struck on Monday.
- There is a smell of fear in the Government when all it can do is attack civil servants.
- Who chooses the judges, army and police, or the senior civil servants who do a lot of actual policy making?
- He said the bees had posed a danger to members of the public and civil servants and had stung him as well.
- But its top civil servant in charge of local councils' housing finance has now let the truth slip.
- When you look at things like the sacking of 100,000 civil servants it's unbelievable.
- I put my hand up, because there has been a huge increase in civil servants in the health system.
- We are coming up to a very important strike ballot among civil servants.
- From next year civil servants and health workers are threatened with the end of their final salary schemes.