Translation of chairwoman in Spanish:


presidenta, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtʃɛrˌwʊmən//ˈtʃɛəwʊmən/

nounPlural chairwomen

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    presidenta feminine
    • The chairwoman of the Urban Partnership Group, Veryl Harriot, said the urban initiative had acted as a catalyst by bringing new businesses into Chapeltown and Harehills.
    • What you will find are chairmen and chairwomen.
    • The party has said it will sanction any councillors or party members opposing the chairwoman's directive.
    • Both the mayor and the chairwoman of the City Council have volunteered to be honorary co-chairs of the festivities.
    • The forum chairwoman said: ‘I do hope Swindon people come along to talk to us, find out more about the work of the forum and raise any concerns they have with us.’
    • The chairwoman of our Politically Correct Monitoring Services was so outraged that she pelted Reginald with mince pies before storming out.
    • Its chairwoman, Lesley Batchelor, said: ‘The debate promises to be lively and thought-provoking.’
    • Friends chairwoman Chandy Coverley said the award was ‘amazing’ recognition of both groups’ work over the last 10 years.
    • Now things have taken their most dramatic twist yet, with the chairwoman of the parish council standing down, followed by five other councillors.
    • The deadline for applications to the new school has passed and 57 applications have been received but the Rev Ruth Cram, the chairwoman of the temporary school governors, said she would consider fresh applications sympathetically.
    • Among her many roles she is the current chairwoman of trustees for, a charity helping the community in Roehampton.
    • But relatives' cries for the chief executive to stand down drowned the chairwoman's words.
    • However, the £20m allocation was criticised by former Council of the West chairwoman.
    • The chairwoman will now become the mayor.
    • Once chairwoman of the National Women's Council, she lives in Castleknock in neighbouring Dublin West.
    • But the Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt, a former chairwoman of the National Council for Civil Liberties, defended the Government's approach and said most people would be carrying a card within 10 years.
    • Anne Parker, the chairwoman of the commission, said the numbers meeting the standards were increasing.
    • Group chairwoman Jean Brown said: ‘As an amateur group we feel particularly honoured Rebecca Howard has become president.’
    • The chairwoman of the magistrates, Maggie Bond, said: ‘There is an element of negligence within the organisation.’
    • Both our chairwoman of governors, Brenda Watts, and myself are very proud.