Translation of dossier in Spanish:


dossier, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdɔsiˌeɪ/ /ˈdɑsiˌeɪ/ /ˈdɒsɪə/ /ˈdɒsɪeɪ/


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    dossier masculine
    expediente masculine
    to keep a dossier on sb/sth llevar un dossier / un expediente sobre algn/algo
    • Inside were various dossiers and files with letters and family documents.
    • They will be transferred to the Department of Transport with a dossier of evidence about our campaign.
    • Yes, there are open questions in all the dossiers, certainly, but the greatest number are on the biological sector.
    • Somehow I managed to get a job with another large theatre organisation, compiling dossiers of information on potential donors.
    • License plate numbers and full dossiers of car owners will be printed in future issues to come.
    • She said the complete dossiers along with the evidence were handed over to her office by the police last month.
    • Now a dossier of evidence is being presented to insurance companies and a police investigation could follow.
    • He was eventually exposed and arrested but not before compiling a dossier of evidence using hidden cameras.
    • At one point, a dossier of evidence against him and his management style was handed to council officials.
    • Detectives needed to build up a dossier of evidence which would show the courts just how prolific they were.
    • If any of them cares to contact me, I will happily reveal my dossier on this sad affair.
    • Our report, of course, centers on two dossiers - the first, the dossier of September 24 of last year.
    • What can they see in the multitudes of dossiers that will inspire an invitation for an interview at a scholarly meeting and eventually a campus visit?
    • The indictment dossiers were filed with the South Jakarta District Court on Friday and a trial is expected within two weeks.
    • Review of completed dossiers will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled.
    • New dossiers will be added and existing ones updated on an ongoing basis.
    • On the first floor were thick dossiers on individuals, while the files on the second floor were labelled with dates, some going back to the 1950s.
    • While the possibility for trials in these cases remains unclear, the dossiers on past human rights violations will remain the property of this nation.
    • Will the government be gathering dossiers on members of the local women's cooperative for lobbying for federally funded child care?
    • But one thing is clear: there will not be any more dodgy dossiers or politicised intelligence, even behind closed doors.