Traducción de ministerial en Español:


ministerial, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌmɪnəˈstɪriəl//mɪnɪˈstɪərɪəl/


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    (rank/duties) ministerial
    there will be some ministerial changes habrá cambios en el gabinete
    • at ministerial level a nivel ministerial
    • Despite one minister relinquishing his ministerial portfolio, the country is still not confident that there is integrity in public life.
    • About 40 presidents and royalty, ten prime ministers and 43 ministerial delegations have been billed to attend.
    • And a party associating with an armed group of people, albeit one honouring a prolonged ceasefire, cannot hold ministerial office in the Republic of Ireland.
    • The Prime Minister has no ministerial responsibility for the Labour list.
    • This November in Miami, thousands are preparing to resist the ministerial meetings on the Free Trade Area of the Americas.
    • Other than that, it is perfectly reasonable for us to assume that if we put a question down to a Minister with a ministerial responsibility, that Minister will be here to answer it.
    • Thus, we see the frequent use of government via ministerial order rather than legislation; the MO being the instrument found unconstitutional just two weeks ago.
    • He said the legislation body took the initiative to draft bills on the presidency, the presidential advisory board and on ministerial offices, all of which are also prioritized for this year.
    • Ulster Unionist Party leader David Trimble will today table a motion in the Assembly to exclude Sinn Féin from ministerial office.
    • Eleven of the 17 junior ministers have previous ministerial experience.
    • But in light of his political biography there can be no doubt of his preparedness to assume a ministerial office in a Union-led government.
    • But the senior Government whip has just indicated that we have just had two speeches from Ministers in a ministerial statement situation.
    • After 15 days, an agreement was reached through which the Lefts and the Greens were excluded from ministerial office, but would keep the government in power.
    • It is now common knowledge that she expected to be appointed to a ministerial office as soon as Labor was returned to government.
    • They claimed that I was just following the party line or that ministerial office had bought me off (which to anyone involved in Westminster is clearly nonsense).
    • As Macmillan steps up the ministerial pecking order from Housing to Defence to Foreign Minister and Chancellor, the politics become more interesting.
    • He has an abundance of political experience, including senior ministerial office, and will relish the challenge of heading the new beefed-up Transport Department.
    • What we know is that police, Norfolk Island Police, were called to his ministerial office at about lunch time today.
    • Representatives from nationalist and unionist parties may have held ministerial office, but there was clearly no genuine effort to govern together.
    • Mollien's ministerial term of office thus spanned nine years, covering a territory spreading over most of continental Europe.