municipal

adj.
town, municipal.
las fiestas municipales local o town festival
f. & m.
(local) policeman, (f) policewoman (guardia). (peninsular Spanish)
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municipal
adjetivo
1 (gobierno) town, municipal; (instalaciones) council
nombre masulino o femenino
1 (hombre) policeman; (mujer) policewoman
nombre femenino plural las municipales
1 local elections
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adj.
municipal
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1.
ADJ [elección] municipal; [concejo] town antes de s , local; [empleado, oficina] council antes de s ; [impuesto] local, council antes de s ; [piscina] public

la empresa municipal de transportes — the municipal transport company

2.
SMF (=guardia) local policeman/policewoman
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I
adjetivo <impuestos> local; <elecciones/piscina/mercado> municipal
II
masculino y femenino (Esp) policía 2)
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= civic, municipal.
Ex. Like many other civic facilities in the town, the public library is used by only a minority of the population.
Ex. Public library budgets continue to be cut in the USA as they compete with other county and municipal services for shrinking fiscal resources.
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* biblioteca municipal = town library, city library, community library.
* bibliotecario municipal = city librarian.
* centro municipal de información = local authority information outlet.
* concejal municipal = city council-man.
* concejo municipal = city council.
* contribución municipal = council tax, local rates, real estate tax, real estate property tax.
* devolución de la contribución municipal = rates rebate.
* elecciones municipales = municipal elections.
* impuesto municipal = city tax.
* impuestos municipales = rates, local taxes.
* ingeniería municipal = municipal engineering.
* oficina municipal = council office.
* perrera municipal = dog pound.
* policía municipal = traffic warden.
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I
adjetivo <impuestos> local; <elecciones/piscina/mercado> municipal
II
masculino y femenino (Esp) policía 2)
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= civic, municipal.

Ex: Like many other civic facilities in the town, the public library is used by only a minority of the population.

Ex: Public library budgets continue to be cut in the USA as they compete with other county and municipal services for shrinking fiscal resources.
* biblioteca municipal = town library, city library, community library.
* bibliotecario municipal = city librarian.
* centro municipal de información = local authority information outlet.
* concejal municipal = city council-man.
* concejo municipal = city council.
* contribución municipal = council tax, local rates, real estate tax, real estate property tax.
* devolución de la contribución municipal = rates rebate.
* elecciones municipales = municipal elections.
* impuesto municipal = city tax.
* impuestos municipales = rates, local taxes.
* ingeniería municipal = municipal engineering.
* oficina municipal = council office.
* perrera municipal = dog pound.
* policía municipal = traffic warden.

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municipal1
adjective
‹impuestos› local; ‹elecciones/piscina/mercado› municipal
municipal2
masculine and feminine
(Esp)
1 policía f B. (↑ policía)
2 municipales fpl local elections, municipal elections
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municipal adjetivo ‹impuestolocal;
elecciones/piscina/mercadomunicipal
municipal
I adjetivo municipal
II m (policía) policeman
'municipal' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
archivo
- comerciante
- donar
- exhibir
- policía
- término
- asistencia
- comunal
- guardia
- intendencia
- presidencia
English:
borough
- by-law
- civic
- municipal
- rate
- by
- council
- impound
- local
- mayor
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municipal
adj
[cementerio, polideportivo] municipal; [policía, elecciones] local; [instalaciones] public;
trabajadores municipales council o municipal workers;
las fiestas municipales the local o town o city festival
nmf
Esp [guardia] (local) policeman, f policewoman
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municipal
adj municipal
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municipal adj
: municipal
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municipal adj town
la banda municipal the town band
guardia municipal / policía municipal (individuo) policeman [pl. policemen / policewoman [pl. policewomen (cuerpo) local police force

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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