Traducción de high-ranking en Español:

high-ranking

de alto rango, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌhaɪˈræŋkɪŋ//ˌhʌɪˈraŋkɪŋ/

adjetivo

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    (officer) de alto rango
    (official) alto
    (official) de alta jerarquía
    • I suspect there was only a very small number of high-ranking sources in Iraq.
    • Mr. Rafsanjani traveled over the weekend to the northeastern city of Mashad to discuss the postelection political crisis with high-ranking Shiite clerics.
    • Some people insisted on the ` correct ' versions given by high ranking officials.
    • We know that a lot of them have been in the north where the Kurds are, but we don't know how high-ranking they are.
    • Collaborative work received the highest ranking by the survey respondents.
    • Several of the prime suspects, accused by human rights groups of masterminding the violence, are high-ranking government ministers.
    • Even at her vice presidential level, Lindsey invited the highest ranking woman at Northern Trust for coffee and discovered they had mutual interests.
    • Had she won Williams would have risen to a world career high ranking of third.
    • They pushed them through "captive audience" meetings with high ranking BHP managers.
    • The court martial highlighted confusion among high-ranking military officers about whether conditioning was lawful or not.
    • Community leaders have praised Davis for trying to instill more confidence by replacing several high-ranking officials.
    • This included cubs belonging to high-ranking females, who were presumably well nourished at the time of their mother's death.
    • The French government decided to send several high-ranking members to the alternative social summit in Porto Alegre, Brazil instead of New York.
    • The following year, it was hit by a corruption scandal involving illegal payments to Kohl and high-ranking party officials.
    • It may seem difficult, if not impossibly perverse, to justify the highest ranking for a record of solo contrabass improvisations.
    • Iran's foreign minister says he's optimistic about tomorrow's sit-down with the State Department's third highest ranking diplomat William Burns.
    • Comments quoted in our publication by a high-ranking police officer a couple of weeks ago made me stop and think.
    • I imagine that goes for several other high ranking officials as well.
    • The first session was attended by U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney and other high-ranking foreign delegates amid tight security.
    • Another school, for higher ranking officers, ran from 3 to 6 months.