In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1consejero masculineconsejera feminine(professional) asesor masculine(professional) asesora femininespiritual adviser — consejero espiritual
- financial adviser — asesora financiera
- adviser to sb — consejero / asesor de algn
- He runs an engraving business in Halifax and is an adviser to Halifax Rugby League Football Club.
- Presently, he has his hands full as an adviser to European Parliament on Guatanemo Bay.
- She was phoned back not by the MP, but by a special adviser to the secretary of state.
- He's since gone on to chronicle his experiences in a book, and of course act as advisor in the movie.
- In the past he has been an adviser to the New Zealand and Russian Governments on pensions policy.
- An adviser to the Royal Mail has been involved in discussions with major banks.
- His wide experience has made him a top adviser to the Home Office and the police.
- He continues to serve as a senior adviser to the Ministry of the Interior.
- At the moment I am an adviser to the Minister of the Interior, but I will be quitting soon.
- He was the artistic adviser to the Queen, and he had certain proclivities, which they all had.
- I suggest your friend either contact a tax adviser to work out the liability or go directly to her own inspector of taxes.
- A leading adviser to the Chancellor of the Exchequer was due in Bradford today to talk to trade unionists.
- Strangely, he is the adviser to the transport department whose services the police use.
- He is now a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and an adviser to the Pentagon.
- The former chartered accountant has also been an adviser to the Scottish Executive.
- There is no way that the chief adviser to the president is going to be someone out on bail.
- Picture my surprise when I read the suggestion that he could have been a health adviser to the Blair government.
- He had stepped down as an adviser to the board of Leeds United days earlier.
- He spent 30 years as an adviser to the Treasury, working closely with nine chancellors.
- He was a specialist adviser to the malaria consortium programme to promote malaria control strategies.
- He also acted as an adviser to doctors involved in partnership disputes.
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