Traducción de director general en Español:

director general

director general, n.


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    director general masculino
    directora general femenino
    the director general for agriculture/information el director general de agricultura/información
    • Collins is leaving his position six months early to facilitate an easy transition for the new director general.
    • We have three main structures headed each by a director general.
    • It does this every few years by appointing a chairman, who in turn chooses a director general.
    • By the end of the week both the director general of the BBC and the chairman of its board of governors had resigned.
    • It's the Brit Awards tonight - just as the BPI is making its director general redundant.
    • I went to a talk at the Royal Society by the incoming director general of the World Trade Organisation.
    • The director general said the tax collection rate will decrease, not rise, following the tax restructuring.
    • Iraqi directors general head the local government offices overseeing basic services and have been drawn into planning local reconstruction.
    • He is also a former director general of the Irish Management Institute.
    • Governors, directors general and controllers have come and gone.
    • Ottawa sources say Green issued an edict to the regional directors general at the beginning of the last fiscal year that no deficits would be allowed.
    • Clifford, the director general of the National Galleries of Scotland, was central to the successful campaign to secure it for the nation.
    • The new director general's plans include setting up two new BBC channels to supplement BBC1 and BBC2.
    • The Institute of European Affairs last week announced his appointment as its director general.
    • The chairman of Lloyds and the director general of the CBI agree.
    • He has written to the director general of the Prison Service demanding an end to the ‘liberal regime’.
    • He said that until the fine detail of the director general's plans was known, it was impossible to know what their response would be.
    • The former director general of the BBC tells his side of the Gilligan affair story and talks about his life in television.
    • They faxed a letter to a civil servant in the director general's office.
    • But the outgoing director general says that it would never have come to Scotland if he had not invented a fake deadline.