Traducción: de espanol

directorates

  • 1 consejo de administración

    (grupo) board of directors 2 (reunión) board meeting
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    (n.) = board of trustees, trustees, directorate, trust, trustee board, board of directors
    Ex. At the last meeting of the board of trustees of OCLC the staff was empowered to initiate scheduling the development of an interface between the OCLC network and these other nonmonographic data bases.
    Ex. Some of the rules were imposed on Panizzi by the trustees of the British Museum, and Panizzi could only join his critics in denouncing those rules, such as the rules for entry of anonymous publications.
    Ex. The work of the Statistical Office is undertaken by six directorates headed by the Director-General who is assisted by a secretariat.
    Ex. In 1974 the Museum trust was funded to preserve local industrial and social heritage, including the library.
    Ex. This article highlights the general duties and responsibilities of library trustee boards as outlined by statute.
    Ex. Any organisation's board of directors and its professionals and staff are jointly liable for their actions and/or omissions whether the latter are based on malice or ignorance.
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    (n.) = board of trustees, trustees, directorate, trust, trustee board, board of directors

    Ex: At the last meeting of the board of trustees of OCLC the staff was empowered to initiate scheduling the development of an interface between the OCLC network and these other nonmonographic data bases.

    Ex: Some of the rules were imposed on Panizzi by the trustees of the British Museum, and Panizzi could only join his critics in denouncing those rules, such as the rules for entry of anonymous publications.
    Ex: The work of the Statistical Office is undertaken by six directorates headed by the Director-General who is assisted by a secretariat.
    Ex: In 1974 the Museum trust was funded to preserve local industrial and social heritage, including the library.
    Ex: This article highlights the general duties and responsibilities of library trustee boards as outlined by statute.
    Ex: Any organisation's board of directors and its professionals and staff are jointly liable for their actions and/or omissions whether the latter are based on malice or ignorance.

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    board of directors

    Spanish-English dictionary > consejo de administración

  • 2 director general

    m.
    general manager, director general, chief executive officer, C.O.O..
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    (n.) = executive director, Director-General, executive officer, chief executive officer (CEO), chief executive, senior director
    Ex. 'We'll get started as soon as everyone arrives,' the executive director shook her hand and smiled graciously.
    Ex. The work of the Statistical Office is undertaken by six directorates headed by the Director-General who is assisted by a secretariat.
    Ex. The meeting, which defined the goals of the association, discussed membership conditions, established permanent sections (legal, educational, economic, historical and management) and elected executive officers.
    Ex. The constituent networks may have presidents and CEO's (chief executive officers), but that's a different issue; there's no single authority figure for the Internet as a whole.
    Ex. The author concludes that few chief executives personally use the company library and online database services.
    Ex. Senior directors earn absurdly more than the other workers in their business.
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    (n.) = executive director, Director-General, executive officer, chief executive officer (CEO), chief executive, senior director

    Ex: 'We'll get started as soon as everyone arrives,' the executive director shook her hand and smiled graciously.

    Ex: The work of the Statistical Office is undertaken by six directorates headed by the Director-General who is assisted by a secretariat.
    Ex: The meeting, which defined the goals of the association, discussed membership conditions, established permanent sections (legal, educational, economic, historical and management) and elected executive officers.
    Ex: The constituent networks may have presidents and CEO's (chief executive officers), but that's a different issue; there's no single authority figure for the Internet as a whole.
    Ex: The author concludes that few chief executives personally use the company library and online database services.
    Ex: Senior directors earn absurdly more than the other workers in their business.

    Spanish-English dictionary > director general

  • 3 presidente

    adj.
    president.
    f. & m.
    1 president, Head of State, president of the nation.
    2 president, chairperson, chairman, director general.
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    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 PLÍTICA president
    2 (de una empresa - hombre) chairman, US president; (- mujer) chairwoman, US president
    3 (de un club, sociedad) president
    4 (de una reunión - hombre) chairman; (- mujer) chairwoman
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    (f. - presidenta)
    noun
    2) chairperson, chairman / chairwoman
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    presidente, -a
    SM / F (SF a veces presidente)
    1) (Pol, Com) [de país, asociación] president; [de comité, reunión] chair, chairperson, chairman/chairwoman; Esp (Pol) (tb: Presidente del Gobierno) prime minister; [de la cámara] speaker

    candidato a presidente — (Pol) presidential candidate

    es candidato a presidente de Cruz Roja/del Real Madrid — he is a candidate for the presidency of the Red Cross/he is a candidate to be chairman of the board of Real Madrid

    presidente/a de honor — honorary president

    presidente/a vitalicio/a — president for life

    2) (Jur) (=magistrado) presiding magistrate; (=juez) presiding judge
    3) LAm (=alcalde) mayor
    PRESIDENTE DEL GOBIERNO The head of the Spanish government, or Presidente del Gobierno, is elected not just by the winning party but by the entire Congreso de los Diputados following a general election. The Presidente is appointed for a four-year term and called upon by the King to form a cabinet. As in Britain, he has the power to call an early election, and can be forced to do so by a censure motion in the Congreso.
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    - ta masculino, femenino
    a) (Gob, Pol) president

    el presidente del gobierno — the premier, the prime minister

    b) (de compañía, banco) president (AmE), chairman/-woman (BrE)
    c) (de reunión, comité, acto) chairperson, chair
    d) (Der) ( de tribunal) presiding judge/magistrate
    e) ( de jurado) chairman/-woman
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    = chairman [chairmen, pl.], president, chief executive officer (CEO), Director-General, chief executive, chair, chairperson [chairpersons, -pl.].
    Ex. As head of a committee, and being recognized as such, it's perfectly all right with me if I'm called the chairman rather than the chairwoman.
    Ex. Professor Freedman is president of the Library and Information Technology Association (formerly the Information Science and Automation Division) and a member of the ALA Council.
    Ex. The constituent networks may have presidents and CEO's (chief executive officers), but that's a different issue; there's no single authority figure for the Internet as a whole.
    Ex. The work of the Statistical Office is undertaken by six directorates headed by the Director-General who is assisted by a secretariat.
    Ex. The author concludes that few chief executives personally use the company library and online database services.
    Ex. Once elected, the chair is responsible for maintaining discipline and ensuring that all students are treated fairly.
    Ex. Special thanks to the ISAD Program Planning Committee, in particular its chairperson, for the conceptual organization.
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    * presidente del tribunal = presiding judge.
    * presidente del tribunal supremo = chief justice.
    * presidente de tribunal = chief justice.
    * presidente electo = president-elect [president elect].
    * vicepresidente = vice-president.
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    - ta masculino, femenino
    a) (Gob, Pol) president

    el presidente del gobierno — the premier, the prime minister

    b) (de compañía, banco) president (AmE), chairman/-woman (BrE)
    c) (de reunión, comité, acto) chairperson, chair
    d) (Der) ( de tribunal) presiding judge/magistrate
    e) ( de jurado) chairman/-woman
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    = chairman [chairmen, pl.], president, chief executive officer (CEO), Director-General, chief executive, chair, chairperson [chairpersons, -pl.].

    Ex: As head of a committee, and being recognized as such, it's perfectly all right with me if I'm called the chairman rather than the chairwoman.

    Ex: Professor Freedman is president of the Library and Information Technology Association (formerly the Information Science and Automation Division) and a member of the ALA Council.
    Ex: The constituent networks may have presidents and CEO's (chief executive officers), but that's a different issue; there's no single authority figure for the Internet as a whole.
    Ex: The work of the Statistical Office is undertaken by six directorates headed by the Director-General who is assisted by a secretariat.
    Ex: The author concludes that few chief executives personally use the company library and online database services.
    Ex: Once elected, the chair is responsible for maintaining discipline and ensuring that all students are treated fairly.
    Ex: Special thanks to the ISAD Program Planning Committee, in particular its chairperson, for the conceptual organization.
    * presidente del tribunal = presiding judge.
    * presidente del tribunal supremo = chief justice.
    * presidente de tribunal = chief justice.
    * presidente electo = president-elect [president elect].
    * vicepresidente = vice-president.

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    presidente -ta Presidente del Gobierno (↑ presidente a1)
    masculine, feminine
    1 ( Gob, Pol) president
    el presidente del gobierno the premier, the prime minister
    Presidente de la Comisión Europea President of the European Commission
    2 (de una compañía, un banco) president ( AmE), chairman ( BrE)
    3 (de una reunión, un comité, acto) chair, chairperson
    presidente de honor honorary president o chairman
    4 ( Der) (de un tribunal) presiding judge/magistrate
    5 (de un jurado) chairman
    Compuesto:
    (en elecciones) chief canvasser ( AmE), chief scrutineer ( BrE); ( RPl) ( Educ) chairman ( of a panel of examiners)
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    presidente
    ◊ -ta sustantivo masculino, femenino

    a) (Gob, Pol) president;


    b) (de compañía, banco) president (AmE), chairman (BrE)

    c) (de reunión, comité, acto) chairperson, chair

    d) (Der) ( de tribunal) presiding judge/magistrate

    e) ( de jurado) chairman/chairwoman

    presidente,-a sustantivo masculino y femenino
    1 Pol president
    presidente del Gobierno, prime minister, premier
    2 (de una empresa, reunión) (hombre) chairman, (mujer) chairwoman
    ' presidente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acosar
    - actual
    - dimitir
    - electa
    - electo
    - función
    - investir
    - legislatura
    - mesa
    - presidenta
    - propia
    - propio
    - protagonismo
    - salva
    - sanear
    - señor
    - argentino
    - atentado
    - autonómico
    - calidad
    - cargo
    - entrante
    - facultar
    - mismo
    - vitalicio
    English:
    amen
    - articulate
    - assistant
    - assume
    - austerity
    - care
    - chairman
    - chairperson
    - conspire
    - contrive
    - drastic
    - dynamism
    - elect
    - entertain
    - escort
    - foreman
    - honorary
    - inaugurate
    - inauguration
    - intercede
    - likelihood
    - make
    - mimic
    - office
    - oust
    - override
    - patron
    - president
    - propose
    - report
    - speaker
    - chair
    - chief
    - first
    - go
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    presidente, -a nm,f
    1. [de nación] president;
    2. [de asamblea, jurado] chairman, f chairwoman;
    [de empresa] chairman, f chairwoman, US president presidente de honor honorary president o chairman;
    presidente de mesa [en elecciones] Br chief scrutineer, US chief canvasser;
    RP [en exámenes] chairman, f chairwoman [of the panel]
    3. [del parlamento] speaker
    4. [de tribunal] presiding judge
    presidente del tribunal supremo chief justice
    5. Méx presidente municipal [alcalde] mayor
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    m, presidenta f president; de gobierno premier, prime minister; de compañía president, Br
    chairman, Br
    mujer chairwoman; de comité chair
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    presidente, -ta n
    1) : president
    2) : chair, chairperson
    3) : presiding judge
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    1. (del estado) president
    2. (de una empresa, reunión) chairman [pl. chairmen]

    Spanish-English dictionary > presidente

  • 4 directorios encadenados

    • interlocking directorates

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > directorios encadenados

  • 5 directorios entrelazados

    • interlocking directorates

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > directorios entrelazados

  • 6 juntas directivas vinculadas

    • interlocking directorates

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > juntas directivas vinculadas

  • 7 directorios encadenados

    m.pl.
    interlocking directorates.

    Spanish-English dictionary > directorios encadenados

  • 8 directorios entrelazados

    m.pl.
    interlocking directorates.

    Spanish-English dictionary > directorios entrelazados

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