Traducción de legislator en Español:


legislador, n.

Pronunciación /ˈlɛdʒəˌsleɪdər/ /ˈlɛdʒɪsleɪtə/

Ver definición en Español de legislador


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    legislador masculino
    legisladora femenino
    • The legislator must have intended to have the money paid back to the person who paid it.
    • What has the right to vote for the president and the legislators brought for them?
    • Does the rule that a legislator be present to vote make sense, or is it merely an anachronism?
    • We were the first province to have female legislators and a female cabinet minister.
    • George said many legislators and even some ministers are also of the same opinion.
    • Our legislators play with political fire and vent anger boiling deep in their hearts.
    • The ruling legislators said the Cabinet might as well be disbanded since it is not operating as a team.
    • However, he declined to explain why the legislators dropped the clause on marital rape.
    • The factions were also at odds over the granting of a percentage of House seats to women legislators.
    • Kable may nevertheless have had some impact on the enthusiasm of legislators.
    • One secret of American lawmaking is that legislators and legislatures need lobbyists.
    • If you weren't a state legislator or senator, you normally would have to wait a week to get a reservation.
    • The defense minister and legislators should delve further into her words before reacting.
    • The individual lawmakers are untouchable for anything they do as legislators.
    • The legislators were anxious to prevent a person from claiming unfair dismissal on retirement.
    • That is why there are so many parliamentarians and State legislators with criminal backgrounds.
    • The law which the court may then uphold and enforce is the very law which the legislator has enacted, not a different law.
    • We accept that Proposition C sets out correctly the approach adopted by the UK legislators.
    • Julia's lawyer husband was also a Democrat and a state legislator and then a Danville mayor and a judge.
    • John Paul has in mind here legislators who are directly responsible for making law.